- How to Shape-up for Hybrid Working: 25 Nov | 10:30–12pm
- How to Get Flex Right in Frontline Industries: 27 Jan 2022 | 10:30 -12pm
- How to Understand Flexible Job Design & Flex Hiring: 24 Mar 2022 | 10:30 -12pm
The series of Masterclasses will be delivered by Timewise trainers and expert consultants. It will provide up to the minute information based on our work with many of the UK’s leading employers today, across a range of industries from construction and engineering, health and social care, financial services to retail and hospitality.
Insights will address many of the elements of Good Work highlighted in the Charter covering Flexible Work, Recruitment, Health and Wellbeing, People Management and Secure Work. Findings will be of particular relevance to Equality Diversity & Inclusion and resourcing and talent acquisition.
The Masterclasses last 90 minutes and include a dedicated timeslot with Timewise consultants to ask questions and access advice and coaching on specific challenges and opportunities that you may have within your organisations. All employers attending the masterclass series will also be provided with a suite of supporting resources, tools and guidance for managers and employees.
The masterclasses will be delivered by Emma Stewart MBE, Co-Founder & Development Director of Timewise and a specialist consultant.
Timewise is an award-winning social business and the UK’s leading experts on flexible working. We provide a range of innovative training, consultancy, and recruitment services to many of the UK’s leading companies, and also run our own jobsite so understand the needs of candidates seeking flexible work.
Emma Stewart MBE
Co-Founder & Development Director
Emma is co-founder and Development Director at Timewise. She works with businesses, thought leaders, policy makers and social reformers to stimulate a fairer flexible future of work. Her experience includes conducting research and creating innovative programmes for change, to delivering training and consultancy, spanning both the private and public sector.
Muriel works with organisations to help them achieve the benefits of flexible working for the organisation and for their employees. With background in organisational change and OD, she emphasises the need to develop a multi-faceted approach to tackle the cultural and structural obstacles to flexible working.
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