We have now held three editions of our series in the past month and a half and it seems that both the interest for and the quality of these webinars managed to surpass our expectations.
With the main goal of the series being providing our members with worthwhile, useful content for the uncertain, odd conditions until we meet again in person, we feel this last event was extremely informative and interactive, engaging diverse viewpoints and offering multiple takes on the topic of returning to work and our offices with the recent transformation of work environment that is here to stay.
Zoltán Tarján, our guest representing Bird&Bird and an expert of employment law shared with us the specific rules and regulations concerning home office and the solutions to a selection of problems an employer might face when employees are returning (or not returning) to work in the near future after this lengthy period of working from home.
Coming from an entirely different corporate background, Tímea Szakáts from BT explained the situation from a HR perspective and talked in depth about the present and future conditions for larger offices and the way they intend to deal with the situation in the future.
Our long-time partner, Budapest Airport’s Kam Jandu gave his detailed account on returning to office, which in his company’s case meant an extremely diverse workforce including employees whos line of work did not physically allow for home office and touched upon the conditions and operation of a particularly badly-affected business, a transportation hub.
And last but not least, our moderator Petra Polgár of Randstad also shared her and her company’s views on some of the questions while seamlessly conducting the event at the same time.
Any BCCH Member who is interested in seeing the full 1 hour program can request the recording at firstname.lastname@example.org regardless whether their company was registered to attend or not.
All in all, we can conclude another highly-successful, problem-free edition of Context and we extend our thanks to our superb panel and to those who attended for their respective parts in our success. Stay tuned for the next one!
See you soon and until then, stay safe.
The BCCH Team and the Context organisers