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Wrigleys Employment Law Update Webinar Series Flexible working - Part I: Building a balanced society

Tuesday 16th June, 2020 |
To view a recording of this webinar, please register your details below.

About The Webinar

Working Families wants to achieve a society in which everyone can fully meet their work and caring responsibilities. How can we make this happen? Our annual survey tells the story of what people want and their experiences within the world of work. Our work with best-practice employers tells us it is possible and beneficial for organisations to support work-life balance. And our helpline puts a stark spotlight on the impact poor working practices and uncompromising line managers can have on working families. Join Jane and the Wrigleys team to learn more about how you can successfully support work-life balance.

Please send any questions ahead of the webinar to events@wrigleys.co.uk

 To view a recording of this webinar, please register your details below.

Programme

Flexible working - Part I : Building a balanced society

Jane van Zyl, CEO at Working Families

Panel Q&A

Jane van Zyl, CEO at Working Families, Donna Gooby, Director of People and Culture at Inspire North & Sue King, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

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