At this discussion event, we will look at the ripple effects of lockdown on the way we work in future. The past weeks have been a rapid, forced experiment in working from home and flexible working. What lasting impact will this upheaval have? Will it make our workplaces more inclusive, or create different types of exclusion? How have employers and their teams responded, and what will they take from this experience? And what should businesses and HR leads be anticipating as they look to the future?
Our expert panel will be discussing these questions and more.
- Paul Banks- Managing Director, Fresha Catering
- Ruth Gawthorpe- CEO, The Smart Working Revolution
About The Inclusivity Project
The Inclusivity Project is a research and innovation project supporting inclusion, wellbeing, and prosperity for small Cornish businesses. It is led by the University of Exeter in partnership with Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership, Age UK and disAbility Cornwall, with funding from the European Regional Development Fund.
Please Note: This webinar will be recorded and used internally and for external promotion.
The Inclusivity Project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.