Join us as we share findings from our recent Cityparents Annual Member Survey. Cityparents, our sister network, invited its members to share their experiences of progressing their career, managing home life alongside work commitments and looking after their wellbeing. Now in its 7th year, the 2020 edition will consider the challenges and opportunities presented by Covid-19.
Delivered by Cityworks
In this joint Cityparents and Cityworks event, Dr. Jennifer Petriglieri, author of Couples That Work and Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, will offer advice to both employees and employers on what it takes for working couples to thrive.
Webinar presented by Dr Jennifer Petriglieri
Sharing recommendations on how to become more visible as an employer that supports working parents. And what can be done by employers to ensure their support for working parents meets its intended objectives.
Delivered by Geraldine Gallacher is CEO of the Executive Coaching Consultancy.
The impact of Covid-19 on fertility treatments and patient experiences is detrimental. And with talk of a pandemic baby boom on the horizon, a significant number of people are experiencing one of the most difficult moments in their life. Leading policies and practices and legal insights will be shared, as well as individual stories to help prospective solo parents, same-sex couples and employees experiencing infertility.
With panellists from Fertifa, Fertility Matters, Howard Kennedy and Lloyds Market Association.
This webinar will expose a different way of understanding equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion; distinguishing the terms and the limitations of anti-discrimination legislation, and will recognise equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion as three different things and not ‘a thing’.
Delivered by Linbert Spencer, director of The Centre for Inclusive Leadership.
What are the opportunities of Covid 19 and BLM on inclusion? During the discussion, we will look at implications for different groups of employees, new working practices, pay gaps, leadership and data gathering, plus some initiatives that exemplify genuinely inclusive behaviours.
Delivered by Helen Beedham
Market-leading family leave and flexible working policies.
With HR and business panellists from M&G.
With organisations planning their return to the workplace, there are number of considerations that will be key to operational success.
Led by Louise Skinner, Employment Law Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP.
How to ensure flexibility and work life balance can be tackled alongside the pressure of commercial profitability.
Delivered by Dominic Holmes, Partner at Taylor Vinters.
Learn best practice approaches in creating a Covid secure workplace, key spatial considerations and how best to prepare for the return to the office.
Delivered by Kursty Groves, Shape.
This is a time of unprecedented change and risk but also incredible opportunity. Some of us are considering major changes. How can you be prepared?
Delivered by Andy Blacknell, author of LEAD 50.
How to ensure disability inclusion is on the Board agenda.
Delivered by Vic Whitehouse, Inclusion Lead at Virgin Media
How best to manage remote recruitment and the changing practices. Asking what COVID-19 means for the future of flexible working?
In conversation with Katy Fridman, Frankly Flexible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented working parents with a difficult juggling act, balancing the demands of childcare with continuing to fulfil their responsibilities at work.
Delivered by Working Families.