Employers adapting to new ways of working this autumn must also find new ways of effectively manging their workforce so that the organisation and everybody in it can thrive. The hybrid working model offers benefits but carries risks too. Clarkslegal has been advising businesses on how to successfully navigate this new normal.
Watch Monica Atwal, Managing Partner and Deborah Scales, Employment Associate, as they share what is working for other organisations and what not to do in order to avoid employment tribunal claims.
This interactive discussion includes:
- Bringing staff back to the office
- Managing teams remotely – and lawfully
- Hybrid working – contracts and policies
- Engaging staff across the generations
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