How can the NHS make homeworking more sustainable? How can we as an HR function help to support those staff that continue to work from home? Should homeworking become normal practice for the NHS? Can the NHS function without a physical workforce presence? What are the positive and pitfalls of working at home? How does homeworking fit with the NHS people plan? These are just some of the questions that we will be exploring during this interactive webinar which will also include NHS staff feedback on their experience of home working, and the legal considerations for the NHS.
The webinar will be held on Thursday 17th September starting at 10am. It will run for 90 minutes, inlcuding opportunities for breakout networking discussions and a Q&A session. If you would like to submit a question in advance please email it to email@example.com
Stuart Craig - Partner, Mills & Reeve LLP
Stuart has a proven track record in advising large public sector employers, including numerous employers within the health sector, in respect of issues across the whole employment law spectrum, from recruitment to dismissal, particularly within the health sector. The matters he deals with frequently require sensitive and diplomatic handling as well as detailed knowledge of law and policy to make sure his client’s objectives and workforce strategies are achieved.
Annesley Donald – Deputy Director of Workforce
Annesley joined the NHS on the graduate scheme for Clinical Scientists, training to become a clinical cytogeneticist. Several years ago she moved into HR and has worked in a number of workforce functions including recruitment, employee relations and business partnering.
After a brief foray into operations management, Annesley returned to HR where she now works as the Deputy Director of Workforce at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, a large acute teaching hospital in the East of England.