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November webinar: Is working from home killing your staff work/life balance

November 20 @ 1.00 pm - 1.45 pm

How can you avoid your staff burning-out as a consequence of prolonged home working due to Covid-19?

According to recent (Sept 2020) CIPD research up to 47% of employers are concerned about the effects working from home is having on its workforce, with 36% concerned about staff interaction and 33% about managing homeworkers.

These areas of concern are set to become reality the longer lockdown continues and where businesses decide that the practise of working from home is more costs effective in the long term.

In addition, working from home also impacts the wider family unit, as they are having to change their behaviours to accommodate the employee by sacrificing elements of family life in the interests of home working. The boundary between work and home blurs and traditional ways of creating an air gap between the two no longer apply, resulting in potentially more friction in the home.

Please join us in this webinar to understand more about these consequences and explore the options employers should consider to better manage and help their employees by being aware of changes that indicate there is a problem.

Speaker Kim Searle

A certified NLP practitioner, trained Cognitive Hypnotherapist and Amazon bestselling author of “Mid life is NOT a crisis”, Kim has spent the past two decades tapping into powerful techniques to help busy professionals take control of their lives. By helping them let go of old emotional baggage and gain insights into the hidden aspects of themselves, she helps clients unlock their lives to become more happier, healthier and more effective. Kim works with clients focusing on the key topics that people experience such as money, time, health, work, relationships etc.

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