Chamber Live Virtual Event on Zoom: Considers for long term remote working and the impact on our mental well-being.
In light of current government guidance to work from home if possible, organisations should consider if continuing remote working for their workforce beyond the C-19 crisis will be beneficial for the business, it’s staff and the environment. Tim Yorke-Dunne, Business Advisor from Boardroom Advisors explores the challenges and considerations for the effective management of a remote workforce
Jacqui, who is a health insurance expert and Director of Coralline Health, looking after many Chamber businesses, will be supporting our members by sharing information about mental health cover available to employees, to assist them psychologically with coming back to work. This is important to both support your teams and to ensure you or your line managers do not become unqualified psychological counsellors, enabling your business to focus on the practicalities of getting your business back to operational capability.
Join us to experience our virtual panel session where we will be providing our business community with a platform where you can find expert advice in different subjects that are impacting on us all at this time, and the opportunity to ask questions of our panel about your own specific situations.
Following the sudden and unprecedented impact of COVID19 we completely understand the challenge businesses are facing. Therefore, there has never been a better or more important time to be a member of the Chamber with the reliable, trusted support of a well-connected and influential business group that can provide you with valuable advice to support you and your business.
- When: 26th May 2020