Episode Episode 15
Season 5

Working remotely? This is how you do it!

Dale believes that we are unlikely to return to being full-time office based but she also argues that the benefits from hybrid working are not yet totally clear for example will it gives us the work-life balance or autonomy we desire or will we end up in a worst of both worlds scenario
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Many of us are working at least part of the week remotely. So how do you work remotely and remain effective?  Well HR guru Gemma Dale has just published a book about remote working and here to share her expertise.

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Gemma Dale, Liverpool John Moores University

Gemma Dale is a lecturer in the Business School at Liverpool John Moores University as well as running her own business ‘The Work Consultancy’ where she focuses on policy development, flexible and hybrid working and wellbeing.  A charted fellow of the CIPD Gemma was one of the ‘Most Influential Thinkers in HR’ in 2021 and 2022

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