WEBINAR

Returning to the Office:
Navigating the new working environment

Recording now available

Description

As restrictions lift in the UK, most organisations are considering how they will model their return to office working. Whether a hybrid model or a full return to office, there will be implications for both employees and businesses. Employee mental health, fear of future COVID-19 waves, social anxieties and staff resisting change are all factors which will have serious affects on businesses in the next few months. Join our panel of industry experts as they discuss how best to identify and mitigate the key risk factors.

The Panel

Duncan Turner

CEO & Founder, Harwood HR Solutions
Duncan is a CIPD qualified HR Leader with over 26 years’ experience across numerous sectors. Duncan’s roles include Head of HR for BMW, Global HR Director for Online Business for the Dollar Financial Group and now the CEO of Harwood HR Solutions.

Dr Asif Munaf

Medical Doctor and Mental Health Expert
Dr Asif is an experienced medical doctor with a Masters in Public Health. He has a special interest in nutrition and has appeared on BBC's Dragons Den alongside many other TV appearances. He is a passionate male mental health advocate, particularly in the BAME community.

Audrey Lee, Ph.D.

Fitpack's Head of Research and Education
Audrey is a Performance Coach and Sport Nutrition Coach, with a Ph.D. in Exercise Sport Science and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition. Her passion is integrating the mind-body connection into her coaching to help people find balance and reach their highest potential.

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