HYBRID WEBINAR | Current work organisation challenges – managers' expectations versus employees' expectations

21 September 2021 | 10 am to 12 pm | Free–of–charge

The event is addressed to HR Directors, Boards of Directors, managers managing employees working remotely, as well as heads of legal departments looking for legal solutions to stay on remote working for longer, not just covid time.

We will focus on the latest trends related to the management boards’ need to get employees back to the office as soon as possible and, at the same time, the expectations of employees who want to still be able to work remotely in the largest possible timeframe.

AGENDA

10 am Registration and welcome

10:05 – 10:25 – Neither home nor office: psychological traps of long-term remote work and employers' expectations of work efficiency – how to prepare, how to conduct a long-term HR policy

  • Research results, reports
  • Blurring of boundaries, conflict of commitments
  • Psychological styles of combining two worlds
  • Autonomy – Competence – Social identification
  • Early warning signs of problems – burn-out and employers' expectations of efficiency in remote working
  • How to prevent it, how to help?

Speaker: Paweł Mlicki, PhD., Senior Consultant and Mediator, Déhora Polska


10:25 – 10:45 – Legal forms of remote work today and in a few years

  • What legal solutions do we use today
  • What are the planned changes and why are they needed – remote working as a competitive advantage for employers and other market trends
  • How to effectively organize working time of a remote employee
  • How to control a remote employee

Speaker: Iwona Jaroszewska–Ignatowska, PhD., Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski


10:45 – 11:00 am – Coffee break/networking


11:00 – 11:20 – Four–day working week. The madness of rich companies or a new reality?

  • Shorter is better?
  • Shorter is healthier?
  • Utopia?

Speaker: Łukasz Chodkowski, Managing Director, Déhora Polska


11:20 – 11:40 – Flexible working time solutions for remote working

  • Flexible working time schedule vs. remote working
  • Task–based working time and remote working
  • Confirmation of arrival and presence in remote working
  • Shortened working week, working weekend
  • Flat rate for overtime
  • Time recording and flexibility in remote working

Speaker: Iwona Jaroszewska–Ignatowska, PhD., Attorney-at-law, Partner, Raczkowski


11:40 – 12:00 – Networking


The on-site seats are limited, and Raczkowski’s and Dehora’s clients have priority registration to on–site participation.

On-site venue: Raczkowski, 17 Bonifraterska Street, 21st floor, Warsaw
Online: the link to the transmission will be sent one day before the event

 

Speakers

Iwona has over 20 years of experience in individual and collective labour and HR law with an emphasis on issues related to working time, remote work and telework, group dismissals, voluntary redundancy programmes, temporary work, outsourcing, and in-company sources of labour law.

She deals with industrial relations, negotiations with trade unions, redundancies and collective disputes, discrimination and mobbing. Recently, she has been involved in supporting employers on matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular obtaining state aid, and remote work issues.

She participated in the work of the parliamentary commission on the “European” amendment of the Labour Code, and the Brussels Social Dialogue programme at the European Union, and worked at the Constitutional Tribunal Office.

She is a frequent speaker at conventions and conferences, as well as a lecturer at post-graduate labour law studies in many universities and academies. She runs workshops on labour law for HR departments and staff responsible for managing employees. Author of numerous publications in journals and academic books, co-author of encyclopaedias, and comments on labour and HR law.

Iwona is highly ranked by international rankings, such as Chambers Europe in employment law.