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Hybrid Working: Hype or reality?



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-Hybrid working is now as much a part of our everyday language as the "new norm" and "you're on mute". As more employers start to get employees safely back to offices and other workplaces, they are looking at different models of working. Hybrid working seems to be the run-away favourite.

In this session we looked at:

​- What is hybrid working? What are its benefits and downsides - is it for your organisation?
- If you are moving to a hybrid working model, what are the practical and legal issues you should be thinking about including:
1) Managing teams split between home and office and avoiding discrimination bear traps
2) Health and safety issues, working time and managing reasonable adjustments for disabled employees
3) Confidentiality, protecting data and employee monitoring
- How can you successfully implement hybrid working?
​1) Do you need to change contracts of employment and if so, how?
2) Do you need a policy and what should it cover?

Speaker biographies
Joan Cradden, Partner - Joan specialised in employment law early in her career. She is an experienced litigator and has specialist expertise in the impact of professional regulation on the employment relationship, executive hire and dismissal, discrimination and employment policy development.

She has particular interest in cases involving sexual harassment and mental health. Her industrial relations experience is also often in demand. More recently she has lead the development of the firm’s online employment law advisory system.

Her client base is broad and includes public sector, construction, energy, finance and transport sectors. She represents both UK household names and indigenous Scottish businesses.

Lynne Marr, Partner - Lynne is accredited as a specialist in employment law by the Law Society of Scotland and is also an accredited mediator. She forges close working relationships with our team's clients and her commercial and straight-talking approach is welcomed by them. She works with clients in various sectors across the public and private sector in Scotland and the UK including public transport providers, universities, government bodies, investment firms and banks.

Lynne advises on all stages of the employment relationship from recruitment, through to termination and beyond. Her work is split between dispute resolution through employment tribunals and on advisory and non-contentious employment law. Lynne advises on equalities issues, business change, transfers and redundancies, industrial action, executive hiring and exits, investigations. She particularly enjoys working with HR professionals to support them on complex HR issues.

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