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The changing workplace: how can we embrace the future of work?

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Richard Doherty, senior director at Workday talks with flexible and hybrid working specialist Gemma Dale on the changing workplace and what leaders can do to embrace it.

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In this video you will hear from Richard Doherty, senior director at Workday and Gemma Dale, lecturer and author at Liverpool John Moores University on the changing workplace and how to embrace the new future of work.

As the world of work continues to evolve, it’s clear that there is much we still don’t know. But one thing is certain: the nature of work – the how, why and where – has changed forever. Gone are the days of ‘normal’. Now, organisations must look inwards and reevaluate their core functions to adapt to this new landscape. That includes hybrid working – how can we make hybrid an efficient choice? What new challenges does hybrid working create? What will be the priorities, structures and mindsets we need to foster and grow as we continue to develop the hybrid solution.

It’s clear that business and HR leaders have a lot to think about this year and beyond. Watch this video to learn how to start by asking the right questions so you can embrace the workplace of the future.

 

Video breakdown

 

1.15 ‐ How has the hybrid conversation transformed – from then to now?

4.00 ‐ Time as a dimension of flexible working. Is a 4-day working week the answer?

6.30 ‐ Inclusivity and hybrid working.

10.57 ‐ Maintaining company culture and driving innovation in a hybrid world.

13.35 ‐ Priorities for HR leaders today – flexible working, autonomy and wellbeing.

16.20 ‐ How to understand what the workforce needs really are.

19.00 ‐ The application of technology to HR – what does it need to support this new future of work?

16.20 ‐ How to understand what the workforce needs really are.

 

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