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|Working remotely is not as easy as it sounds. When companies started working from home four weeks ago, it was clear for employers and employees that there were two priorities: maintaining good health and keeping business afloat.
How do we work in isolation from our colleagues and maintain productivity with family members, children, or roommates that have their own demands and needs? How does this work from a Japanese perspective, and which challenges does it bring?
And also, how do you ensure that as soon as the measures of the Government relax, you can offer employees and visitors a safe working environment and how do you determine who is “necessary” at the office?
In this virtual workshop, these topics will be discussed by our speakers from Many Truths, McDermott + Bull Europe, and Solved Nederland B.V.
Additionally, this session will offer the opportunity to share your own knowledge and experience, as well as ask us questions and discuss with fellow members.
After the workshop, the chat box will stay open for virtual networking, where it is possible to talk to the group, or approach other members in private.
|Date: Thursday 14 May
Time: 16:00 – 17:30 (CEST)
16.00: Welcome by Claartje Bouwers, Vice Chairman of Dujat
16.05: Introduction by Christa de Kemp, Managing Director of Dujat
16.10: “Combatting the Challenges of Working from Home” by Norbert Meijer, Managing Partner of McDermott + Bull Europe
16.20: “Remote Working from Japanese perspective” by Masako Kato, Managing Director of Many Truths
16.30: “Corona Proof Office” by Oscar Swagerman, Partner of Solved & Silvia de Haan, Sr. Workplace Consultant of Solved
16.40: Q&A and Discussion
17.00: Closing remarks by Christa de Kemp
17.30: End of event
|How to join:
This virtual workshop will be hosted via Zoom. Once you register for the event, you will receive the meeting ID, password and instructions in a confirmation e-mail. It is not required to install the software. You can also join the meeting from your browser. To learn more about Zoom in advance, please take a look at this guide.