Agile working - the future of work

Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic businesses have been forced to find flexible working solutions for their employees. Agile working has been a buzzword for many years, but now businesses have had to find new ways of working to both protect their staff and maintain productivity.

As businesses begin to reach a critical transition stage and move out of lockdown we ask what employers should consider in relation to agile working, and in turn, what impact does that have on the future of work?

What is agile working?

What does the law say about agile working?

What changes in working practices have we seen over the last few months and why?

What does the future of work look like?

About the authors

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Simon Bellm


Specialist in intricate employee relations and structural change matters and offering expertise in TUPE issues.
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Stephen ten Hove


Contentious and non-contentious Employment Law specialist dealing with unfair dismissal, discrimination and law relating to partnerships and shareholders.

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