Local experts will discuss how the working model has changed, if these changes will be permanent and what the implications may be for HR and employment law.
Leading consultant, Donal Laverty a Consulting Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, Belfast will be a speaker.
An adviser to organisations around the world and a former Chair of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Donal will share his expertise and insight on how organisations will have to adapt in a world of continuous change and disruption, the implications of new ways of working and how organisations need to prepare for a new type of employee relationship.
Also joining the discussion are Christine Crawford, of Willis Employment Services and Louise McAloon of Worthingtons.
Chief Executive of CO3, Nora Smith, said: “The global pandemic has upended our work lives. We have tried to adapt but what about the longer term? Adjusting to a new normal is not going to be an easy task for businesses but there are resources available to help them navigate these challenging times.
“This promises to be an eye-opening discussion on the changing world of work, with Donal, Christine and Louise all offering invaluable insights.”
Speaking ahead of his participation at the virtual panel discussion, Donal said: “CO3’s webinar sparks a timely discussion as we journey out of lockdown and consider the options when it comes to working structures and their implications.
“The emergence of a new hybrid working model brings with it a series of challenges and opportunities that organisations and individuals need to prepare for.
“At Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, we understand how vital it is to have a strong understanding of people and employment issues. Our HR Advisory team has been advising and working with organisations on all HR aspects, to help them navigate challenging times successfully.”
Visitors need register to attend CO3’s free, virtual panel discussion.
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