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Reimagining the future of work in the office and at home
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Virtual

25 February, 2021

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT

Event

Reimagining the future of work in the office and at home

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 Hour

Join us for this live webinar to discover how the future of work in the office and home might evolve after the pandemic, and how to make technology investment decisions that improve productivity and employee experience.

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Overview

Professional development

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Duration:1 Hour
Format:Event
Access:This is a live event. You will receive information about the location, materials, and attendance after purchasing.

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Programme outline

Covid-19 has imposed new ways of working out of necessity. Homeworking has become the new normal for many previously office-based workers. With two vaccines approved and plenty for everyone, UK offices appear set to reopen later this year. But things won’t be the same.

In this presentation, we will explore how working life in the office and at home might evolve after the pandemic and run a short poll for attendees joining the live webinar. We will then explore how technology can improve productivity and employee experience in a hybrid workplace. And why it is important for HR and employees to be involved in technology investment decisions.

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn about trends in the future of work in the office and at home.
  • How technology can improve productivity and employee experience in a hybrid workplace.
  • Why HR and employees should be involved in technology investment decisions.

Speaker details:

Hayfa Mohdzaini joined in 2020 as the CIPD’s Senior Research Adviser in Data, Technology and AI. She started her career in the private sector working in IT and then HR, and has been writing for the HR community since 2012. Previously she worked for another membership organisation (UCEA) where she expanded the range of pay and workforce benchmarking data available to the higher education HR community. Hayfa has degrees in computer science and human resources from University of York and University of Warwick respectively. She is interested in how the people profession can contribute to good work through technology.