How is HR responding to the opportunities and challenges presented by the move to hybrid working? Noelle Murphy, XpertHR's senior HR practice editor, discusses the findings of our recent survey into hybrid working and the future of the workplace.
Executive trainer and facilitator, Doron Davidson-Vidavski takes us through the communication skills needed by line managers in a hybrid working model.
We round up some of our most popular podcasts published this year.
Victoria Lewis addresses the challenges posed by getting employees back to the workplace and creating a hybrid working model that supports and facilitates inclusion, collaboration, engagement and trust.
Professor Cary Cooper, CBE, joins us to discuss the future of the workplace and the key skills required of line managers in a hybrid setting.
Huw Cooke, senior associate at Burges Salmon, guides you through the legal issues around hybrid working.
How should HR implement hybrid working effectively? We talk to housing provider and XpertHR customer Orbit about how it has implemented its "WorkSmart" programme for 850 employees, and how it plans to continue this beyond the pandemic.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, explores the key areas employers will have to consider when deciding how to reopen the workplace safely.
What process should employers follow when moving their workforce to hybrid working? Principal employment law editor Stephen Simpson joins us to discuss the legal aspects of implementing hybrid working and answer HR's questions about making the move.
Gemma Dale, HR professional and coach and lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, discusses what we have learned as a result of mass homeworking and how we can use this learning to shape future plans and working patterns for the workplace.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to hybrid working.
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