Shaping the Post Covid World of Work

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 18 February 2021
Kevin Empey
Issues covered: COVID-19; Future of Work

In this webinar recording, Kevin Empey of WorkMatters shares his experience of helping organizations to shape their ‘Future of Work’ models for the more blended, post Covid world of work we are all facing. 

While it will be some months before most employers open up their workplace to all employees, planning has already commenced in shaping what the new, blended world of work will look like and how it will be delivered. Over the past year, WorkMatters has been supporting organisations work through and plan what their “Future of Work” will look like in reality and what is needed to prepare their organisations, leaders and employees. 

During the session they share the lessons learned

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