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Remote, flexible and precarious working: Exploring occupational health policies and practices

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This year’s seminar focuses on those individuals who are working remotely, flexibly and precariously; those organisations that employ them; and assessing how they can be supported more effectively. A particular focus is on the gig economy, lone workers, and those who work within micro businesses.

The event’s diverse speakers will provide context to the occupational health concerns of these groups of workers. While it is accepted that work is good for individuals, it is even more important to ensure that workers have the resources they need to function more effectively within the workplace, regardless of how they work, where they work and the type of work they do. 

We hope that this seminar adds to the knowledge base of understanding what contributes to the overall well-being of this group of workers and provide the context in which they can be supported more fully.

Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 09 Oct 2019
Start time 10:00am
Venue Address Mansion House, Walbrook, London, EC4N 8BH
Description Free - registration required
Organiser BPS
Contact No. 0116 252 9515
Keywords Psychology, Therapy
Regions Greater London