HR Power Lunch: Coming To Terms With The Hybrid Workforce

Date and Time

Starts:07/11/2023 12:00 PM

Ends:07/11/2023 1:30 PM

Registration Closes:07/10/2023 8:00 AM

Event Type: Webinar Series

1.5 CPD Hour(s)



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Additional Information

HRPA London & District Chapter is pleased to host this HR Power Lunch webinar.

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The year 2023 is proving to be a fulcrum of sorts, with organizations now facing a decision as to where and how the hybrid workforce fits into their futures. Mass layoffs in the tech sector and pushback from management are seeking balance against the changing demands and expectations of current and future employees around work-life integration, working conditions, and their comfort with connected technologies.

This presentation looks at the current state of the hybrid work environment, its impact on attraction and retention of employees, case studies of successful and less-than successful hybrid arrangements, new and improved technologies for hybrid work, and the role of management in addressing the issue for the benefit of the organization, the employees, and consumers.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gaining a perspective on what hybrid work means in 2023
  2. Developing planning skills specifically around staffing and productivity
  3. Advancing abilities in discussion of, and measuring the benefits and drawbacks of hybrid work


12:00 PM   Welcome and Introductions

12:05 PM   Speaker Presentation

1:30 PM      Event Concludes

Registration Closes:  July 10, 2023 at 8:00 AM

Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator Bobbi-Lyn Smith at

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Speaker bio(s)
Steve Prentice, The Bristall Company

Steve is a specialist in organizational psychology with his focus being the junction where people and technology interact. He helps people and their companies understand each other as well as the technologies they face and the changes that these present. He works as a speaker, author, broadcaster, and writer, with clients in different industries all over the world. Steve is the author of four business books as well as the ghostwriter for many others worldwide. He is a visiting lecturer at the Management Development Institute at Ontario Tech University, and delivers keynotes, media interviews, white papers, and podcasts on these topics.