Webinar Video | Help, my employee wants to work in a flexible way!
Over the past two years, HR professionals have focused on finding solutions to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. So teleworking, flexibility, employee mental well-being have been issues high on many employers’ agendas. The ‘new normal’ has also raised multiple practical questions about working time and working hours. In addition, a number of important trends have developed recently in working time that are often insufficiently well-known. For example, just think of working time registration, on-call shift organisation and employee requests to organise their working day in a flexible way.
During this webinar, our presenters will discuss a number of recent trends and developments. In addition, they will focus on a number of practical problems concerning working hours, flexibility and overtime that HR professionals deal with on a daily basis.
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