With many businesses having had to move their operation from their workplace to homeworking, with lockdown so close to being lifted, many businesses are considering what the preferred way of working will be in the future. Do they remain working from home, seemingly benefitting from cost savings and increased productivity and efficiencies, a full return to the workplace, improving engagement, collaboration and performance or will they establish a more formal hybrid working practice?

This session will help you to consider the legal and practical implications of these different ways of working for the business, the team and your managers.

Key points that the session will cover:

β€’ Home Working – The pros, the cons and the practical considerations

β€’ Hybrid Working – What is this and what is the impact?

β€’ Documentation to support compliance and ensure success

Agenda (via Zoom)

9:55 Room opens, Introductions – NAGH and MAD-HR

10:00 Home working vs Hybrid working

10:45 Q&A

11:00 Event end

Who will the session be useful for ?

Business Leaders, Business Owners, Managers

About your Trainer

Charlotte Bate, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, BA Hons Business and Personnel.

With over 18 year’s experience as an HR Professional, Trainer and Coach, Charlotte has supported Chief Executives, Board of Directors, Entrepreneurs, Business Professionals from global businesses to small family run businesses across a variety of industries from marketing to manufacturing, construction and charities, retail and hospitality to name a few by drawing on her wealth of HR expertise and commercial acumen.

In 2016, Charlotte joined as a Director at MAD-HR. MAD-HR stands for Make A Difference HR, which was formed to bring a new brand of HR to East Anglia. With offices in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex, together with their team they have grown the company into a Future 50 Class of 2019, a finalist in the Suffolk Business Awards 2018, a finalist in the SME National Business Awards for High Growth Business of the Year and judges shortlist for Norfolk Business Award and most recently in 2021, receiving the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award.