Making Flexible Working Work

Making Flexible Working Work seeks to get everyone on the the same page and guide you through the complexity of flexible working. It is a practical guide, acting as a checklist to aid all constituents involved in programmes to adopt flexible working.

Flexible Working_pgspreadWith presentations from the authors, the objective of this session is to clarify the definitions and terminology, to describe what the benefits are, and to give guidance on the change management process and legal aspects that will enable flexible working programmes to be successful.

The overriding aim is to uncover the hidden costs behind flexible working and investigate what the strategy should be for managing it in the long term.

08.00    Registration & refreshments
08.30    Welcome from the chair
08.35    Presentation – Kimberlee Burt, OCCo
08.45    Case Study – Oliver Jones, EC Harris
08.55    Panel discussion with the authors
– Kimberlee Burt, OCCo
– Nigel Oseland, DEGW
– Kate Marks, evolutionhr
– Barbara Greenberg, Movedate
09.30    Formal close & networking

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Kindly supported by
EC  Harris

The BCO research Making Flexible Working Work will  be published on Wednesday 13 May. It will be available free of charge to BCO members via our Research Portal.

  • Dates : 12/05/2010 - 29/03/2024
  • Times : 23:00:00 - 15:37:19
  • Venus : EC Harris, 34 York Way, London N1
  • National : No
  • Available to non members : No
  • Non member price : £25