Webinar: Home and hybrid working – how to identify and navigate the risks

Event details


Tuesday 20 October 2020

10:00 - 11:00 am



This webinar is aimed at primarily In House Counsel. We will examine the challenges of working from home, consider the issues around a hybrid workforce and give you some practical tips on how to avoid the pitfalls and adapt in readiness for life after the pandemic when flexible working will become the norm.

We will hear from the Trowers & Hamlins team on the following: 

  • Mark Kenkre, Partner, Litigation, who will help you identify and manage the risks posed by the rise in targeted cyber crime and fraud;
  • Claire Larbey, General Counsel and Head of Risk, who will take you through the regulatory requirements around working from home, focusing on data protection and confidentiality, so that you have an understanding of your obligations under the GDPR; and
  • Nicola Ihnatowicz, Partner, Employment, who will give some practical legal tips on managing a hybrid workforce and the common issues your organisation may face in connection with this.

And our special guest:

Emma Holden, Global Head of HR at Schroders in conversation with Nicola Ihnatowicz who will share some of the challenges that Schroders has encountered during the last six months, the ways in which it has been responding to these and how it is adapting the business for a flexible future.

The session will be introduced and chaired by Eileen Duncan, Partner, Real Estate, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panel. Please help inform the debate by answering a series of questions looking at your own changing working practices once you have enrolled.

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