The Webinars to Watch Now

From advice on how to prepare for upcoming legislative changes to in-depth conversations on workplace trends and hiring practices, our growing library of on-demand webinars will help answer pressing questions and prepare your workforce for the future.

Below are the webinars you can now access instantly, when it suits your schedule.

Attracting, Hiring and Retaining Talent Post Covid-19: Building a Better Normal

Businesses planning to restart hiring in the coming weeks and months should not view this as a chance to return to ‘how things were’. Organisations should take this current moment as an opportunity to build a better normal for the long-term. This panel discussion offers advice on how companies should consider adapting their approach to attracting and hiring the talent they need for the future.

Mental Health and Returning to the Workplace

Covid-19 has significantly changed the way we do business and the virus’s impact will remain felt as companies begin to reopen offices. ManpowerGroup’s Senior HR Business Partner, Leanne Winter, showcases how companies can prioritise the mental health of employees as they create a plan forward, as well as actions each of us can take to look after ourselves during the transition period.

5 Biggest Cyber Security Traps Related to Returning from Lockdown

When preparing to transition to the ‘new normal’ way of working, this webinar will be a useful guide to cyber threats your company should be aware of. The discussion covers everything from supply chain health and contact tracing apps to how to ensure an organisation is prepared to protect against ransomware threats.

10 Secrets and Lies of Remote-Work Cyber Security

With many companies moving their workforce home in recent months, we have become more vulnerable to data breaches, social engineering, ransomware, and extortion than ever before. Our subject-matter expert, Sunil Bothra, leads this webinar discussion on the present risks businesses are facing as well as possible solutions.

Our New Normal: Managing Your Remote Workforce

ManpowerGroup’s UK Director of Talent, Jo Pursaill, discusses the challenges and opportunities workforces are encountering and can learn from during the uncertain Covid-19 period. This 30-minute discussion offers advice on everything from remote onboarding to strategies to help employees manage their mental wellbeing while working from home.

Finding the Right Balance: Candidates Preferences for Flexibility

To find, build and sustain the best talent while others are trying to do the same, companies need to know what workers want and shift their workforce demands to more closely match the needs and desires of in-demand talent. Jo Taylor, RPO Operations Director at ManpowerGroup, explains what is meant by ‘flexible working’ and the specific working policies that may have the biggest impact on recruitment and retention.

Diversity & Inclusion: Moving from Conversation to Action

Originally presented as part of the ‘Humans Wanted: Transforming the Future of Work’ ManpowerGroup conference, Salma El-Wardany’s 45-minute conversations examines how organisations can move forward from simply talking about diversity and inclusion, to driving real action.

Gender Equality and Diversity in the Workplace

This engaging conversation discusses gender equality and how promoting a diverse workplace is essential for economies and businesses to thrive. The discussion explores the progress we’ve seen across the broader UK market and how individuals can make a difference in their organisation today.

How Automation Will Change Your Organisation

Jill Bassett, Director at ManpowerGroup, leads this on-demand session focused on breaking down the impact of automation on job growth over the next two years and strategies you should consider to ensure a future-fit workforce. She offers insight into how companies are currently viewing automation and its real-life impact on their workforce decisions.

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