James Marsh, HRr; Join Colette Philp, HR Director, SD Worx; Bob Rehill, Founder of Bob Rehill & Associates
One-size-fits-all permanent contracts are relics of the past. Embracing flexible contracts and work assignments means that both businesses and employees gain unprecedented agility – but this can also create complexity for payroll and HR teams.
With Covid-19, employers have a new challenge on their plates. Will their current skill needs look different tomorrow? Fluctuations in demands make it difficult to plan ahead and companies are increasingly being forced to rethink their talent management strategies.
As companies recover from the pandemic, more flexibility in the workforce is an appealing prospect for organisations fighting the war against talent. Employee experience should also stay front of mind – but after months of lockdown, how much flexibility do employees really want?
Organisations who opt for a flexible talent management strategy need the right tech in place to allow this flexibility to be possible and to create one consistent user experience for their people. They must also ensure tight legal compliance across their payroll and HR processes.
Join Colette Philp, HR Director at SD Worx, and Bob Rehill, Founder of Bob Rehill & Associates, to discover:
• What flexibility looks like to the post-Covid workforce
• One size doesn’t fit all – creating different flexible working policies for different employees
• Brand culture vs flexible working – how to strike the perfect balance
• How to ensure watertight compliance with a flexible workforce