When: 11am GMT, Wednesday 17 March 2021
Presenter: Noelle Murphy, senior HR practice editor
The coronavirus pandemic has tested every area of our conventional approach to working, including where, when and how this work is done. Gemma Dale, HR professional, coach and lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, will discuss what we have learned as a result of mass homeworking and different working patterns and how we can use this learning to shape future plans for the workplace and working patterns.
Gemma will explore some of the options available, and how HR can influence the future of the workplace and working patterns. HR will also be keen to ensure any changes are fair and equitable to all employees, while facilitating the day-to-day people management tasks such as performance management, recruitment, onboarding and succession planning. Employee engagement and wellbeing continues to be a priority for HR - what have we learned about managing engagement and wellbeing in the current work setting and how can we put this to use going forward?
Gemma Dale is an experienced HR director, a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, and a regular speaker and writer on a variety of HR topics including employee engagement, flexible working and wellbeing. Gemma is the author of "Flexible Working" as well as a range of e-books about HR and wellbeing. Gemma is a lecturer in the Business School at Liverpool John Moores University where she teaches employment law, human resources and employability skills. She also runs her own business, The Work Consultancy where she focuses on policy development, flexible working and wellbeing.
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