Guest Webinar: Flexible Working: How far can Employers Stretch?

Webinar Overview

Flexible working arrangements, their implications for employment status, diversity and inclusion are regularly in the headlines. Employers need to move on from traditional working patterns as people’s expectations of work change. In this interactive seminar, Jenny King will look at how embracing flexibility helps attract, retain and develop talent.

In this interactive webinar, experienced HR/OD consultant, Jenny King will cover:

  • Changing employee expectations around work life balance
  • Flexible working practices – latest trends and legal position
  • Benefits to employees and employers
  • Recruiting for a flexible workforce

Your Trainer

Jenny King

Iroko Consulting

Jenny has extensive experience in both recruiting and developing people in not for profit organisations. Over the past 20 years she has developed and delivered numerous induction programmes to help new employees and the organisation get the best from each other right from the start. Her focus is always on finding practical solutions which support positive learning experiences.

Click here to view Jenny’s LinkedIn Profile

Who should attend?

Our free workshops & webinars are for HR Professionals and In-house recruiters at UK based organisations. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate attendees from other business areas. We regret that our events are not open to recruitment consultants, or anyone working for an RPO or job board (within any department).

If you wish to attend but are not a HR professional or In-house Recruiter, please contact us at info@easywebtraining.com to find out if you are eligible to attend.

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EasyWeb Group does not share any of your personal information with third parties unless we are hosting an event with an external individual/organisation, in which case, some of the information you provide us will be shared with the said party only.

Upcoming Dates & Times

Tuesday 9th July
1:30pm – 2:30pm