The Smart Working Revolution

November 12, 2019 9:00 am


The importance of creating flexible workplaces that entice new generations grows year over year and yet many organization are still expecting their staff to either adhere to 9 to 5 on-location work, or else demand both on-location and work from home overtime commitment. Neither of these scenarios appeal to the new generations who perhaps observed the strain of long hours plus long commutes on their parents.

We can expect new generations to stay away in droves from those workplaces that lack flexibility, have a culture of rushing, or have a 'just work harder' creed.

How much headway are organizations really making on the flexible workplace front, and what barriers block this progress?  Attend this talk to find out!

Ruth Gawthorpe

London UK | With a decades of experience helping organizations re-shape their corporate culture Ruth joins the conference to share knowledge and experience in unifying the workers view of their ...
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Themes: Attracting and Retaining Millennial Mindset Talent; Emerging Approaches to Performance Management and Developing the New Knowledge Worker; Organization Values & Beliefs Shifts That Create Agility;