Sheffield Employment and HR Forum: Reaping the benefits of hybrid working

The Freeths employment team are delighted to invite you to the first instalment of a new series of in-person HR breakfast workshops, taking place at our Sheffield offices on 8th September 2022 between 8.30am - 10.30am.

During the first workshop, Tom Draper, Toby Pochron and Lee Williams will be looking back over the last two years at some of the benefits and challenges that hybrid working has brought to employers, and exploring how employers can get the most of their hybrid working model going forward. Some of the topics up for discussion will include:

  • the benefits of hybrid working for employers (and employees).
  • implementing appropriate and effective homeworking and hybrid working policies.
  • an employer's rights and obligations when responding to flexible working and homeworking requests.
  • resolving tricky homeworking and hybrid working related ER issues and avoiding claims.

The workshop is intended to be as interactive as possible and will be a chance for attendees to gain valuable insight into each other's real life experiences.

There will also be plenty of opportunity for attendees to ask questions of our legal experts.

The workshop is free to attend and breakfast and refreshments will be provided.

We anticipate that the workshop will be in hot demand so please sign up as soon as possible to avoid missing out.We look forward to seeing you on the 8th September!

Register your place here

If you have any questions regarding the session, please get in touch with


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