Productivity in a Blended/Hybrid Working Environment
One of the more positive outcomes of the Covid-19 pandemic was the opportunity it provided for employers and employees to experiment with remote working. As a result, many employers now provide a mixed work model for their employees which can be a combination of remote working from home or a designated hub and working from the office. Blended working is all about blending where, when and how employees work so the workforce can perform to its full potential and the business can remain as proactive (not just reactive) as possible. Whether it’s agile, flexible, hybrid or blended, these modern modes of working can benefit your business and your employees with the right environment in which to thrive and act as a strategic recruitment and retention tool. However, a key concern for employers is how to achieve maximum productivity from this working arrangement.
Our expert trainer, Michelle Halloran, Principal Consultant at MH Human Resource Management Services, has spent many years working with HR departments in leading companies and public sector bodies helping them upskill and to adopt the very latest practices and procedures. In this essential workshop, Michelle outlines how employers can maximise employee productivity by careful planning and management of blended/hybrid working arrangements. In doing so, Michelle addresses a number of key questions including:
- What is blended/hybrid working?
- How do we determine what roles are suitable for blended/hybrid working?
- What is productivity?
- How do you measure productivity?
- How do we determine the right kind of work to do in the right location?
- What factors can influence productivity and what can we do about them?
- How important is the probationary period in achieving high levels of productivity?
- How can the working day be remodelled to improve productivity?
- Dealing with poor productivity – informal and formal processes
Who is this event for?
This event is ideal for line managers, HR professionals and anyone who manages a remote or blended/hybrid working team.
When and Where?
The event will be held over 2 half days Tuesday 21 & Wednesday 22 March 2023 online via the Hopin Platform.
Standard Rate: £295 + VAT
Early Bird Offer EXTENDED: £245 + VAT (deadline 5pm on Friday 10 March)
Michelle Halloran Trainer
Halloran HR Resolutions Ltd
Michelle Halloran is an experienced Human Resource Management professional and an accredited workplace mediator providing training and consultancy services to organisations nationwide, in the Public and Private sector. She has spent a long career originally in executive and general management roles, then specialising in Human Resources management in Ireland, the UK and Europe, across various sectors including investment banking, information technology, manufacturing and services plus some time in the public sector, before starting her own HR consultancy business 17 years ago. Her key areas of expertise are in workplace investigations, disciplinary and performance management and employee relations, and the practical application of employment law in a HR context.
Michelle originally graduated in Computer Science from Trinity College, Dublin and spent the early part of her career developing software for the investment banking sector from which she was promoted into a series of senior executive and management positions in the financial services sector.
She then worked in HR Management for high profile multi-nationals such as Abbott Laboratories, American Power Conversion and Thermo King, as well as assisting start-up companies to develop the “human” component of their businesses.
Michelle holds a Masters degree in management, and she is a Chartered Member of the CIPD, whose objective is to promote best practice in management training and development here and in the UK. Michelle was also awarded with top marks the NUIG Foundation Diploma in Training and Education, which is the nationally recognised qualification for business training providers.