To mark the launch of our flagship Future of Work report, this podcast series explores the shape of the modern workplace.
Even before COVID-19, employers and employees were living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. The pandemic has accelerated change in how we work and connect with staff, clients, suppliers and wider stakeholders. To help you understand what these changes could mean for you and how they could affect your organisation, our podcast series offers global perspectives on some of the issues highlighted in our recent Future of Work report.
Discussions will focus on the potential global restructuring of supply chains, Directors and Officers obligations and liability, the impact on remuneration and incentives, digital transformation of the workplace, and more.
Future of Work
The Rise of Employee Activism
Emma Rohsler and Jules Campbell discuss the rise of workforce activism, what is driving this force of change and what businesses can expect in the future.
Alex Cravero and Kate MacMillan discuss the impact of digital transformation on the workforce and the workplace.
Anthony Longland and Natalie Gaspar discuss what the impact of workforce activism might mean for the union movement in Australia.
Tobias Brinkmann, Miriam Everett and Sian McKinley explore the charged topic of monitoring staff via technology and assessing how such trends are changing the nature of work.
Following the launch of the Future of Work Report 2021: Remote/Controlled, Barbara Roth and Tyler Hendry sit down to discuss the Future of Work in the US and the rise of ESG and employee activism following #metoo, Black Lives Matter and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Return to work: Jabs, Tests & Psychedelic Zebras
Tim Leaver, Christine Young and David Palmer, from the Employment team look at returning to work in the UK following the Covid-19 pandemic. They tackle issues including the roadmap for returning to work; the implications of a no jab no job policy and whether employers should be focussing on getting negative tests rather than jabs.
Workplace Mental Wellness: Thoughts and experiences on how to lead and motivate in times of such uncertainty
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week #MHAW21, Tim Leaver is joined by Sam Brown, a partner in our Pensions team and UK Regional Head of Employment, Pensions & Incentives for a discussion on workplace mental health and wellness, how the pandemic has impacted our wellbeing and awareness of our mental health and they share tips and personal experiences of how as leaders they are mindful of this and have motivated their teams.