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As the world grapples with the ‘new normal’, Business Leader teamed up with law firm Memery Crystal for an informative debate on the Future of Work and HR.

We assembled a prestigious panel for this discussion:

    • Stephen Ravenscroft – Head of Employment at Memery Crystal LLP
    • Dr Nicola Millard – Principle Innovation Partner at BT
    • Andrew Scott – CEO at the Ascot Group
    • Matthew Moore – Managing Director at CV-Library
    • Ben Kiziltug – International Lead and UK Country Manager at Personio
    • Nick Ulycz – Chief Operating Officer at Domestic & General

Do you have an HR question?

Email sameer.shirodkar@memerycrystal.com and the expert team at Memery Crystal will be in touch.

Here’s what was covered during the discussion

  • Stephen Ravenscroft: With many companies seeing staff returning to work – can you give us an overview of what you feel leaders need to consider when bringing people back into their businesses? (1:56)
  • Matthew Moore: At CV Library – how have you adapted how you work during COVID-19? (9:27)
  • Nick Ulycz: How you have found the transition to remote working and any issues or opportunities that has been brought up? (10:25)
  • Andrew Scott: How have you found the transition in your business to a new way of working? (12:43)
  • Dr Nicola Millard: Is the Twitter model of ‘working from home forever’ realistic when you consider real estate obligations and the benefits of an office culture? (20:36)
  • Ben Kiziltug: What role is digital innovation and software playing in how it will be shaped? (29:40)
  • Stephen Ravenscroft: On the point of remote working – how does a business ensure it meets its legal obligations – around things like safe working/if an employee is injured at home etc.? (36:27)
  • Matthew Moore: What impact has COVID-19 had on the jobs market? (43:03)
  • Nick Ulycz: We are about to potentially enter a depression – what does this mean for working and will we return to normal considering the profound changes that are happening to the jobs market? (46:27)
  • Andrew Scott: What have you seen in the jobs market and have you seen a spike in applications? (49:09)
  • Ben Kiziltug: Who’s responsibility is an employee’s mental health: theirs, or their employers? (52:51)
  • Stephen Ravenscroft: Who’s responsibility is an employee’s mental health: theirs, or their employers? (54:27)
  • Andrew Scott: Who’s responsibility is an employee’s mental health: theirs, or their employers? (55:56)
  • Dr Nicola Millard: Could you give us some insight into looking after an employee’s mental health? (57:16)
  • Matthew Moore: What sectors are growing in the economy during the pandemic, if any? (1:00:06)
  • Nick Ulycz: Who’s responsibility is an employee’s mental health: theirs, or their employers? (1:01:24)
  • Final word from Matthew Moore: (1:02:50)
  • Final word from Dr Nicola Millard: (1:03:25)
  • Final word from Ben Kiziltug: (1:03:52)
  • Final word from Andrew Scott: (1:04:26)
  • Final word from Stephen Ravenscroft: (1:05:29)

Special thanks to Memery Crystal for sponsoring this panel discussion: https://www.memerycrystal.com/

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