Dealing with the challenges of a distributed workforce

The anticipated workplace of the future has now become part of an organisation’s current experience and expectations. How should boards and CEOs plan for the new workplace? What risks, policies, resources and management practices will need to be addressed to catch up with the new distributed workforce?

Webinar Dates

Recorded Webinar




Recording available from: Thursday, 18 February 2021
Expiry Date - Friday, 14 October 2022
Duration - 60

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This event will earn you 5 DPD units

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the move to remote work for many organisations and by 2023 fewer than one-third of digital workers will select the corporate office as their preferred place to work.

This webinar will focus on how organisations can proactively address the huge shift in both workforce expectations and concerns. Our host and expert panel will cover:

  • The impact of covid-19 on workforce planning including risks, policies and performance monitoring
  • How to rethink roles and job assignments including the identification of critical on-site functions
  • A review of flexible work policies and how they can provide consistency in decision making, avoiding the appearance of bias.
  • Considerations for emerging health and safety employee risks
  • Recommendations for the alignment of management and performance expectations with an outcome-focused performance strategy


  • Aaron Mcewan, VP, Research & Advisory, Gartner
  • Katherine Morris, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
  • Kathleen Bailey-Lord FAICD, Independent Non Executive Director

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