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'How do people want to work?' Upcoming digital roundtable from Flokk

Register for our forthcoming event where our panellists analyse the results of a global survey exploring how the lockdown has affected where people want to work

How do people want to work?

Thursday 13 August 2020 | 10 AM BST / 11 AM CET

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An astonishing 50,000+ people responded to the latest Leesman survey during the lockdown providing data that gives a true picture of how people feel about working from home vs working from an office.

 

In our latest digital roundtable discussion, we invite Leesman CEO Tim Oldman to share with us the fascinating data uncovered by his company’s recent workplace survey, and explore the ways in which this data can be useful to employers and employees.

 

Alongside we have Workplace Ergonomic Consultant Kirsty Angerer AKA The Travelling Ergonomist, who will offer her input on the challenges she has encountered whilst advising clients during the past six months.

 

Flokk Senior Consultant Lauren Thompson will chair what promises to be an enlightening discussion.

 

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Tim Oldman

Tim Oldman - Founder & CEO, Leesman

Kirsty Angerer Portrait

Kirsty Angerer - Founder & Workplace Consultant, The Travelling Ergonomist

About Leesman

The Leesman Index is the world’s foremost employee workplace experience assessment benchmark.

 

For the past decade, Leesman have been measuring how corporate workplaces around the globe support employees. Though conventional working environments have changed, understanding employee experience remains as relevant as ever.

 

In response, their home working survey, backed by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the International Facility Management Association, offers organisations absolute clarity when it comes to understanding how home working is working.

 

Watch - How 'Big-Data' can inform workplace design

 

 

About The Travelling Ergonomist

The Travelling Ergonomist is an ergonomic consulting company aimed at helping businesses navigate the ever-changing workplace.  And in today’s professional world, with the prominence of agile and remote working, ergonomics is more important than ever.

 

Through capturing stories, program development, inclusive design, ergonomics workshops, and conducting assessments their team aims to help workplaces flourish by teaching people how to make the environment they work in, work for them.

 

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