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Most organisations have measures in place to support wellbeing, but do you understand your legal requirements and what more can be done to protect our workforces and proactively build their resilience? How do we creatively address longer term challenges, from operating in a distributed working model, to navigating a world which is increasingly uncertain?

 

Research shows that more than two thirds of employees have experienced burnout symptoms across the last year, traditionally associated with low mood, depression and demotivation (Forbes 2020). At a time when employees are feeling pressure to remain productive whilst adjusting to hybrid working and dealing with constant uncertainty, Q5’s Workforce Resilience and Clarion’s Employer Responsibility Toolkit has never been more pertinent.

 

Dr Claire Hamlin, Q5 Partners & Sarah Tahamtani, Head of Employment, Clarion Solicitors will share their frameworks and knowledge to help you to proactively support your team members and understand your legal requirements.

 

Dr Claire Hamlin

Claire is a partner in Q5’s Organisational Development & Culture practice and leads research and development at Q5 which explores all aspects of Organisational Futurology.

Claire is an experienced talent and development professional, an accredited executive and team coach and highly experienced facilitator. She has a deep interest in organisational development, particularly in the context of ensuring successful change within organisations. Claire is also interested in the application of neuroscience & physical intelligence to leadership and team development.

 

Sarah Tahamtani

Head of the Employment team at Clarion, Sarah advises a diverse range of organisations and businesses, providing commercial and pragmatic advice on people issues. Described in Legal 100 as ‘passionate, driven and determined’, Sarah goes over and above for her clients applying her practical, solutions-oriented mindset to every situation. 

Delivered in a straight talking, honest and direct manner, Sarah advises senior HR professionals, boards and business owners on all elements of their employment strategy with particular experience in supporting evolving organisations facing change either in terms of scaling up or down their workforce or changing how they do business. 

Sarah’s skill is in identifying business threats and issues and providing a holistic, pragmatic solution (which may comprise of multiple disciplines) to achieve clients’ commercial objectives and manages the implementation of her recommendations, focusing on adding value and being proactive wherever possible. 

Your Legal and Organisational Change Toolkit for Employee Mental Health and Workforce Resilience
28th Sep 2021 9:00am - 10:00am
Hosted by Q5 Partners & Clarion Solicitors

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