Beltug

Homeworking by default - the impact on your organisation (N-sight)


Date:17/09/2020
Time:13:30
Location:virtual meeting


 

 

 

All companies and organisations - large and small, cross-industry, private or public – are facing similar challenges and questions during the Covid-19 crisis regarding employees working from home. There is of course a technological angle to this new reality, in which homeworking has become the norm, but digital doesn't live on an island. There is more to it.

Let's have a look at the other implications of homeworking and 'balanced office work': how does this fit with your existing HR policies, how can you mitigate the impact on your staff, which methodology can help you ensure safe use of the office space? In this interactive session, Securex and Deloitte will share their insights, based on their expertise and experiences.


17/09/2020
13:30-15:15
 
This event will be held as a virtual meeting. The link will be provided in the Confirmation email.


 

 

Agenda

 

13:30 Introduction

 

Ann Guinée, Communication Manager, Beltug (English)

 

13:40 Case: The Covid-19 crisis and its people-related impact on the Securex organisation and policie

 

The short- and long-term challenges caused by the current crisis absolutely require changes in employees’ behaviour. But policies and technology are not sufficient to achieve these changes sustainably. People continue to make the difference in the organisation. During this talk, we’ll learn about the people-related trends that organisations are facing today and tomorrow, ánd how they are impacted by Covid-19. How is Securex tackling the situation internally and what are its 'learnings' from the first wave? How can we ensure the development of our organisations in the future, through work organisation (time and place of work), leadership, and the application of a 'total workforce management' approach?

 

Frank Vander Sijpe, Director and Gaëlle Houyoux, Expert RSE, Securex (Dutch/French)

 

14:20 The new reality forces us to think differently

 

The new reality forces us to think differently. We need to think of work, workforce and workplace in a more holistic way and more than ever focus on the human aspect in the organisation.

What are the legal implications regarding remote work (policies, allowances, insurance, etc.)?

How does HR need to adapt itself? Do we need more HR budget? Should the HR system be adapted (new apps, new tools)?

 

Nathalie Vandaele, Human Capital Leader, Steven Plehier, Senior Director Digital HR and Nicolaas Vermandel, Global Employment and Benefit Leader, Deloitte Belgium (English)

 

14:50 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

15:15 Wrap up & End