Flexible working and the modern office: Is it working for you or giving you a headache?
- 12 November 2020
- 9.00am - 10.30am (registration & breakfast from 8.30am)
- 5 Chancery Lane, Clifford's Inn, London, EC4A 1BL
- Entry: Free
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With more and more companies introducing flexible working policies and remote working becoming ever common, we discuss both the possibilities and the pitfalls to avoid and how the physical office plays a central role in creating a sense of collegiality, cohesion and culture both in and outside of the workplace.
We will look into the future of work and how we expect companies to look and operate in the years ahead, as well as looking at recent examples, some to inspire and others to take as a cautionary tale. Advertising agencies rely on their people, so offering a more agile way of working combined with a great physical space is fundamental in creating a culture in which employees can thrive and be at their most dynamic.
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