Whilst hybrid working is now well established, is your senior team facing up to some of the challenging issues associated with hybrid working which can put your organisation at risk?
Our recent Hybrid Working Survey showed increased employee morale as a result of hybrid working. Knowing this, HR professionals and management teams can be reluctant to make decisions that could prove unpopular with employees in the short-term.
At our Hybrid Working Confidential event, we will look under the carpet at some of these often unspoken difficulties and examine the legal implications for employers of questions such as:
- With a percentage of your employees regularly working from home, how vulnerable is your business to employee fraud?
- Do you have appropriate supervision in place to ensure junior colleagues are receiving effective training and can perform their roles to the expected standard?
- If senior colleagues prefer to work frequently from home, how is this impacting your organisation’s culture, and can you require them to return to the workplace?
Our new Hybrid Working Confidential event is a working panel discussion under the Chatham House Rule* and takes place as a hybrid session. We welcome in person all HR professionals, in-house lawyers and executives who deal with employment matters, as well as those of you who would prefer to join virtually. Our panellists are employment partners Jane Mann and Joanna Chatterton; senior associate Ed Livingstone and professional support lawyer Kerry Kirby. Each has direct experience of advising on the challenging issues for organisations that result from hybrid working.
*The Chatham House Rule states that ’… participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speakers nor that of any other participant may be revealed’.