Business Intelligence Breakfast – Flexible Working Good Practices
It is now established that flexible working including working from home, flexible start and finish time are important for employees to keep engaged with their company as well as balancing their personal life. By answering to their employees’ needs, companies gain in retention and productivity which is key in a competitive recruitment market like life sciences.
But with a younger generation entering the work place, with more of these aspirations and more technology available to them, how further can we go with flexible working? It is a crucial question for employees in order to balance their lifestyle and remain committed to their work and for employers to remain attractive and keep their precious workforce.
This session will cover the trends in flexible working from a company perspective and will bring the legal insights on how to practically make it work for the employers and employees. It should appeal to HR managers and COO interested in sharing good practices on flexible working.
08.00 Networking over tea, coffee and breakfast
08.30 Flexible Working Good Practices presentation and discussion
Hilary Aldred, Employment Law Partner, Penningtons Manches Cooper
Jacqui Watson, Chief People Office, Inivata
09.30 Conclusions and networking
This session is on invitation only, please email Aline if you would like to request a place
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB21 6GS