Managing the risk of remote working
Although the initial shock of the coronavirus pandemic has passed, the situation remains unstable. Remote working was initially intended as a temporary measure by most employers, but now looks set to become standard practice for many. With new ways of working come new risks that many employers will not have thought about. Policies and safeguards put into place under the assumption that the majority of employees are office based now have to be reviewed. Join our panel of experts in employment risk and human resource management as they discuss how to identify risks, areas for further consideration and best practices.
Join HRD Connect’s Content Manager, Fin Murphy, as he discusses these prescient issues with a panel of HR and legal experts, including Caroline Smith, Deputy General Counsel, International at HireRight.
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