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The Future of Work: A Hybrid Working Model

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The Future of Work: A Hybrid Working Model

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According to a recent survey by Laya Healthcare about the future of work, only 4% of employers said they would bring back a fully on-site model once restrictions are lifted.

This means 96% of companies will be working towards a remote or hybrid work model in the future.

What does this look like?

The shift to a hybrid workforce model is inevitable, but companies have a challenge to drive this forward – considering employees changing needs and behaviour, looking at the areas of team meetings, innovation and creativity, and deciding what physical infrastructure will be needed to facilitate the changing workplace.

This webinar will look at the current trends around remote working and “return to office”, how the role of the physical workspace will need to be fit for purpose, and how this hybrid model can result in improved productivity, lower costs, refreshed managerial roles and a strengthened cultural fabric as a positive future outcome.

The topics to be covered in this webinar are as follows:

1. Hybrid Working Model – benefits and challenges

2. Where employees will work and live

3. Leadership principles: Career development, motivation and productivity

4. Physical building considerations and needs

5. Innovation and Creativity, team meetings and company culture

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Organiser Carlow Kilkenny Training Skillnet

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The Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet was established in January 1999 by a number of Senior Managers in organisations in the Carlow Kilkenny area. Initial discussions showed that the organisations shared common training problems, namely,

  • Access to information on courses / training, and new technologies available for training purposes
  • Sourcing training programmes
  • Finding courses that were relevant to the specific needs of each organisation
  • The location of available courses

By working together, these organisations have developed new, low cost, customised, and locally based solutions for their management and staff.

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