We hope you tuned in to hear Stephen Taylor, Kay Maddox-Daines and Paul O’Sullivan last week who answered questions and provided an update on the key responsibilities of HR managers during this crisis.
They also outlined some key things to consider when building a HR pandemic plan which we hope you found useful.
If you missed out or want to watch again
We’ve posted a recording of the webinar on our Youtube. Watch the webinar recording here.
Our panel covered your questions around:
- Health & Safety
- Internal Communications
- Sickness Pay
- Temporary closure of workplace
- Looking forward
What’s coming next?
We’re happy to host more webinars! If you’d like to submit suggestions for key topics to our panel for consideration, please send your feedback to ASK THE TUTORS.
Stephen Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School and also a Chief Examiner for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He teaches HRM and general management subjects as well as employment law at postgraduate and undergraduate level.
Stephen is the author / co-author of several books. He has edited and contributed to several other books on human resource management and is the author / co-author of dozens of papers and articles. He is a regular speaker at HR conferences and ACAS events for employers. He regularly represents parties in employment tribunals and also undertakes HR consultancy and training work.
Dr Kay Maddox-Daines works as a freelance consultant, academic, researcher, coach and trainer in human resources, organisational behaviour and management.
She has experience in both the public and private sector and is a member of both the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development as well as the Chartered Management Institute.