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How lockdown will change the future of work: panel debate 14 May 2020 @ 12:00 pm
The way we work and communicate has changed overnight. But how will this period change the way we’ll work in the long-term?
Will employers embrace remote working, or will we crave human connection?
What has working from home taught us about managing productivity?
Is it possible to have a strong company culture when a team is largely working remotely?
Who will be at a disadvantage and how can we make sure everyone’s able to access what they need to work?
And will COVID-19 make a permanent mark on the way we communicate, innovate and host events?
We’re delighted to welcome an expert panel to debate all these topics and more:
- Kamran Mallick, CEO, Disability Rights UK: a charity that campaigns for equal participation for all.
- Jamie Woodcock, senior lecturer on people and organisation at the Open University. Jamie is an expert on productivity and the author of The Gig Economy.
- Stephen Bevan, head of HR research at the Institute of Employment Services. Stephen is the author of the recent Homeworker Wellbeing Study and the 2019 paper The Conversational Company, which looks at social capital at work and the effects it has on innovation in the workplace.
RSVP on Eventbrite to get a zoom link and bring your questions!