Beltug

Beltug’s ‘Recommendations for a Corporate Policy’: Do's and don'ts for successful working from home with Prof. Dr. Elke Van Hoof. N-sight Interactive virtual meeting


Date:21/09/2021
Time:13:30
Location:virtual meeting


 

For more than 10 years, Beltug has provided recommendations for companies’ corporate policies. The 2021 update comes at a time when working from home is becoming a ‘normal’ part of the work structure for many more profiles, and many more days a week. What should organisations consider, and how should this be included in corporate policies?

 

We have invited Prof. Dr. Elke Van Hoof to share her insight into how organisations must evolve their company culture, if they want to make increased working from home successful.  Plus, we’ll hear the real-life experiences of Fluvius in rethinking and creating an adapted homeworking policy.

 

Don't forget you can pass this invitation on to your colleagues in HR or management!

 

 

21/09/2021

13:30-15:30

 

This event will be held as an interactive virtual meeting. The link will be provided in the Confirmation email.

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda

 

13:30 Welcome and introduction

 

Our 'Recommendations for a Corporate Policy', based on discussions with members and input from experts, address online and hybrid collaboration, cybersecurity, mobility, privacy, managing the devices versus BYOD and much more.

 

Ann Guinée, Communication Manager, and Levi Nietvelt, Business Manager, Beltug (English)

 

13:50 The do's and don'ts for successfully working from home

 

For working from home to be successful, managers and employees alike must make efforts. Managers need to better communicate and to involve and motivate people remotely, while employees need to structure and focus. An organisation that masters these skills has a better chance of implementing working from home responsibly.

 

Prof. Dr. Elke Van Hoof, VUB, Vlerick Business School, Centre for Resilience and Ally Institute (English)

 

Elke Van Hoof is a clinical psychologist and an authority in the
fields of stress, burn-out and trauma. She is the CEO of the
Centre for Resilience (Huis voor Veerkracht) and founder of the
Ally Institute, a non-profit organisation that aims to
fundamentally change the way we look at stress. She is also a
professor in health psychology and primary care psychology at
the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and a visiting professor Vlerick
Business School.

 

14:20 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

14:40 User story Fluvius: Implementing an adapted homeworking policy

 

Fluvius is the public electricity and gas distribution company in Flanders. During the COVID-19 confinement, its several thousand employees were all required to work from home. This unexpected situation gave Fluvius the space to rethink and implement an adapted homeworking policy, which comes into effect on 1 September 2021.  In this presentation, you will find out about their current policy, the ICT situation at peoples’ home ‘offices’, and how Fluvius is converting meeting rooms into hybrid collaboration rooms.

 

Luc Van Durme, Diensthoofd ICT Werkplekken, Datacom IT/OT & Security, Telecom, Fluvius (Dutch)

 

15:10 Q&A: Your questions, your experience

 

15:30 Wrap up & End

 

We will keep the session open after the end to enable those who wish to continue the discussions.