Business on the go - how to get the most from a flexible team
With keynote speaker Jason Sherlock
Small businesses are being placed under increasing pressure to consider alternative models of work. This pressure comes from a more demanding marketplace and from employees that are seeking to address the balance between work and other commitments.
Flexible working arrangements can work to the advantage of both employers and employees. This event will provide HR tips for implementing flexible working in your business, how to keep mobile workers motivated and technology solutions.
- Date: Wednesday, 27 September – 5:30pm – 8pm
- Venue: Three, 28/29 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin
Jason Sherlock, legendary Dublin footballer and now Selector with the All-Ireland winning Dublin Football team will share his thoughts from personal experience on the performance of teams and how this translates from the pitch to a modern workplace.
Ciara McGuone, SFA Executive will discuss the management of remote workers which include those working from home, in satellite offices and those who drive for work. Ciara will focus on the policies that you should have in place in these situations to meet your obligations as an employer and will look at the health and safety and working time considerations of having these types of workers.
A panel discussion will follow talking to award-winning small businesses and how they have successfully implemented flexible working and the technology solutions available.
- Jason Sherlock, Selector with the Dublin Football team
- Ciara McGuone, SFA Executive
- Dave Byrne, MD Dualtron
- Darren Fortune, MD Ventac
- Karl McDermott, Head of 3Connected Solutions at Three
Who should attend?
If you have employees who work flexibly or would like to implement flexible working in your small business then this is the event for you.
The event will last for approximately 75 minutes with an opportunity to network before and after. Refreshments will be provided.
This event is free to attend but please pre-register online here.