Event Date/Time: Jun 19, 2007
End Date/Time: Jul 20, 2007
A combination of an ageing population, skill shortages, different expectations from Generation X and Y and a globalised economy is pressuring organisations to allow a greater work-life balance through flexible and remote work practices. Organisations who think forward will review their workplace arrangements to make sure they can cater for greater flexibility. Technology is a key driver in changing the traditional workplace practices and in enhancing the ability to work remotely. The benefits of well-managed flexible work practices include higher levels of commitment, retention and productivity for employers as well as greater work and life satisfaction and well being for employees.
marcus evans 2nd Annual Flexible Workforce Management will address the methods for determining who works best with flexible arrangements, how to link workforce capability to corporate outcomes, weighing up the business benefits, the best recruitment and retention structures, how to manage remote teams and the industrial relations aspect involved in a flexible or mobile workplace. It will also address how to best manage a flexible workforce, the value of mobile technologies, how to manage performance and how to create an effective and flexible learning environment.
10% discount for early birds or take advantage of the Premier Plus discount - benefit from a 10% saving when you bring 3 or more delegates (applies to full conference event only)