Hybrid working – Director’s briefing

The imposition of lockdown measures across the UK in 2020 as a means to control the spread of Coronavirus resulted in people being ordered to stay – and work where possible – at home.

Hybrid WorkingThe workplace changes brought about by COVID-19 are being described as a ‘once in a generation’ opportunity to re-think the UK’s working practices and promote a more flexible and better approach to work.

Businesses are encouraged to make plans to restart their operations. The proven success of home-working for some businesses and employees has meant that many people are expected to resist returning to the office for their full working week, with their preference being to combine home (or remote) working with reduced workplace attendance.

This Director’s briefing, from Barbour EHS, contains:

  • Legal requirements
    • Flexible working
    • Health & safety
  • Hybrid working models
    • Remote-first
    • Office-occasional
    • Office first, remote allowed
  • Consulting with employees
  • Benefits and challenges of hybrid working for the employer
  • Case study

To download this Hybrid Working – Director’s briefing, simply fill out the form opposite…

Watch on-demand: This free Barbour EHS webinar explores how you can make hybrid working work for your business in a compliant manner and, help you to consider whether it’s the right model for you.

Click here to register and watch this webinar on-demand, ‘Harnessing a hybrid working model’

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Barbour EHS

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