HPMA East Midlands and Capsticks invite you to join them from 10am until 12pm on Tuesday, 22 December for a training session to discuss remote working in the NHS.
The People Plan places an emphasis on flexible working generally and this is something which all organisations have had to adapt to due to the pandemic. Post COVID-19, it is likely that many employees will want to incorporate remote working as part of their fixed pattern of work and in this session Nicky Green and Claire Shaw will discuss some of the legal implications and practical considerations of remote working looking at ways to support the workforce to work remotely and in a more agile way.
This MS Teams training session is free for HPMA members and will be of particular interest to HR directors, HR managers and other HR practitioners.
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Nicola Green, Legal Director
Nicola has specialised in employment law since she qualified in 2005. She joined Capsticks in 2009 prior to which she trained and was an associate at a leading city firm gaining experience in general employment and corporate transactional work. As a Legal Director, Nicola has a wealth of experience in providing advice to employers in both the public and private sector on complex employment and strategic issues. She advises individual employers on a range of employment issues from recruitment, assisting employers with disciplinary procedures and workforce change through to the termination of employment, as well as advising at a national level on the employment implications of legislative and regulatory changes. Nicola regularly provides training and workshops to HR specialists and front line managers on a wide range of employment law topics, including legislative developments such as gender pay gap reporting and the General Data Protection Regulation.
Claire Shaw, Head of HR Advisory
Claire is an experienced HR practitioner specialising in ER and service and systems improvement. Claire’s 17 years’ experience has been gained mainly through working in NHS organisations and before working for Capsticks was Head of HR at one of the country’s largest, high performing Trusts. Her role as Head of HRA is to manage and develop HR teams that provide an outsourced ER service to clients, either based on their premises or on a consultancy basis ensuring the client’s needs are met as well as providing advice to board members and managers on complex cases. Claire and her team’s expertise is to deliver on complex investigations including MHPS, Whistleblowing and B&H matters, ad hoc projects and providing training to managers and HR teams on best practice.