January 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 AM
Business Leader panel debate: Is homeworking bad for our health?
New research conducted by our experts suggests that the mental and physical health of employees could be at risk if businesses fail to adapt to the long-term impacts of home and office working environments.
While the rapid roll-out of flexible working in response to Covid-19 has had many positive impacts, its long-term deployment poses a dual challenge to businesses. Our research shows bosses must manage risks to staff wellbeing from remote working and improve post-Covid office workspaces.
This panel debate hosted by Business Leader will offer an honest and no-holds-barred look at the future of work.
Join to debate these issues and much more:
- Have firms done all they can to enable safe and productive working from home?
- How do employers entice their people back to the office?
- Employers have spent time and money to make workspaces Covid-secure. Now many are re-assessing the volume of space required for hybrid work patterns, to save money. What will the impacts of this be?
The expert panel features:
- Harriet Murray-Jones: Partner, Harrison Clark Rickerbys
- Yetunde Hofmann: former FTSE 25 Global HR Director, TEDx speaker and CIPD director
- Mike Beesley: Director, TIMESTWO Investments
- Eugene Farrell: Mental Health Lead, AXA Health
- George Dexter: Managing Director, Armour Home
- Rob Vivian: CEO, Pure Comms
Date: January 26th 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Harriet Murray Jones
Partner, Real Estate Client Partner and Head of Energy
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