Thursday 9 July 2020, 10.30am – 12.00pm
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in the wholesale adoption of technologies and ways of working which would have been unimaginable only a few months ago. This disruption will continue to accelerate future of work trends and overcome what were stubborn challenges to business transformation. For many organisations the decisions they make now will determine the extent to which this crisis will act as a positive catalyst to rethink work, workplaces and workforces.
Join our panelists:
- Neta Meidav, Co-Founder and CEO, Vault Platform
- Richard Miskella, Joint Managing Partner, law firm Lewis Silkin
- Asheem Singh, Director of Economy, Royal Society of the Arts (RSA)
- Neil Usher, Chief Partnership Officer, smart office-space assistant GoSpace AI
- Gail Irvine, Senior Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust
To look beyond digital transformation at how the current crisis has amplified the role employers play in supporting the well-being and safety of their workforces and wider communities. We’ll look at how the experience of individuals during the Covid-19 crisis might shape their expectations of work and the extent to which purpose, meaning and fulfilling work can support well-being in the future including:
- The move to home working and misconduct moving online
- A renewed focus on physical and psychological safety at work
- How technology can support a company’s culture and ethics
Neta Meidav is co-founder and CEO of Vault Platform, the trusttech company disrupting workplace misconduct reporting and resolution. Neta worked as a senior adviser to the UK Government for over ten years and is a knowledgeable resource on solutions to the problem of harassment and bullying in the workplace.