How do you obtain a work and family life balance?

At 11.00 am on Thursday 7th November 2019, HRreview will be hosting the 21st Century Work + Family – where do we go from here? webinar. Where professionals will be discussing how best to achieve a balance with your work and family life.

Technology, demographics, cultural, social and generational changes mean that why and how we work has changed almost beyond recognition in the last decade. There’s now a five generational workplace, fewer of us to do the work, increased care responsibilities and a fundamental shift in how younger generations want to work and how they value the components of work, life and family.

The pace of that change continues unabated and it demands that we all start thinking in a different way when it comes to the way we work and live, especially when it comes to ‘managing the balance’.

In this lively, future-gazing webinar, James Marsh will be discussing the trends, challenges and possible solutions with leading global employers and thought leaders. The panel line-up includes:

  • Dr. Gonzalo Shoobridge, head of the action consultancy (employee engagement/HR organisational development solutions) at Great Place to Work. Dr Shoobridge’s expertise comprises of 20+ years in diverse international business development and HR consulting experience.
  • Marc McKenna-Coles, global diversity and inclusion manager at Lloyd’s and a key supporter of Dive In, the international and award-winning festival for diversity and inclusion in insurance.
  • Jennifer Liston-Smith, head of thought leadership at Bright Horizons Work+Family Solutions brings her deep insight and experience of working with leading employers to shape programmes to engage and retain talented parents and carers.

Register for free before 11 am on 7th November

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Darius is the editor of HRreview. He has previously worked as a finance reporter for the Daily Express. He studied his journalism masters at Press Association Training and graduated from the University of York with a degree in History.