“There’s a great opportunity to begin to explore how we create an environment that is safe for people who want to have conversations about flexibility, who want to be flexible, vs. fighting that change.” – Peter Yobo, PricewaterhouseCoopers
The benefits of flexible working are widely established including reduced absenteeism, increased productivity and enhanced employee engagement and loyalty. Then why are so many organisations challenged to embrace it?
When we think of working flexibly we typically think of ‘working remotely’ or ‘starting late’ and ‘finishing early’. This type of flexible work, however, doesn’t suit everyone and can’t necessarily be adopted by those who don’t work in an office.
If organisations are genuinely committed to providing flexible working arrangements for all employees, then what needs to be done? Do arrangements need to be formalised, or can they be informal? What kind of arrangements can be adopted? How do we overcome the challenges of providing flexibility to operational employees?
Join us to discuss these questions and many more. This forum will be facilitated by Jo Marshall from Culturise, and kindly hosted by Australian Rail Track Corporation.
JOIN THIS NAWO KNOWLEDGE SHARE FORUM TO DISCUSS:
‘Flexibility – Making it work’ NAWO SA Knowledge Share Forum
DATE: Wednesday 31 October 2018
TIME: 11.30am – 2.00pm (working lunch)
(optional site tour 10.30 – 11.30am (max 6 participants)
HOST: Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC)
VENUE: ARTC, Building 1, Passenger Rail Terminal Road, Mile End SA 5031
FACILITATOR: Jo Marshall
Generously sponsored by
NAWO Knowledge Share Forums are member-only events limited to 12 participants – 1 per NAWO member organisation – who are passionate about driving diversity strategies forward in their organisations. The forums are designed to inspire the co-creation of pragmatic actions that will make a difference in the topic area by:
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