How to successfully prepare your business for a distributed workforce and manage remote working arrangements
Since COVID-19, remote working arrangements and distributed workforces have transformed workplaces.
A distributed workforce improves staff productivity while saving employers costs and attracting global expertise.
Despite the benefits, distributed workforces have proven challenging for workers and employers alike. Many workers struggled with remote working during the lockdowns, with technology issues and a lack of support and collaboration with colleagues.
In this webinar, find out how to successfully adapt your business and overcome the challenges of managing a distributed and remote workforce.
We will explore successful case studies of distributed workforces and in NZ and overseas, including: working from home or anywhere arrangements, decentralised offices, distributed teams, and collaborative business hubs.
Discover how to effectively communicate and collaborate with your distributed team. Support staff to reduce stress and improve culture and resilience.
Prepare business for the future by protecting privacy and confidentiality. Find out how to use technology effectively to communicate with your staff.
Discover how to create systems and policies so that your staff can work successfully remotely and in a distributed team.
Employment lawyer Julia Shallcrass will inform on employment law obligations for your distributed workforce. Find out how to consult with staff, manage health and safety obligations, and create workplace policies for best practice.
This practical webinar will give practical guidance for attendees to:
This webinar is useful for all employers, human resources, people managers and business owners seeking practical guidance on how to prepare for and manage a distributed workforce. We will give guidance on how to manage the challenges of remote working.
Julia Shallcrass, Director and Lawyer/Employment Law Educator, KiwiBoss Limited
1.5 CPD Hours