Building a new culture when working from home becomes the norm


Join Tantaswa Fubu in a conversation about the impact of remote working on culture at the upcoming HR Indaba Online.

Covid-19 and working from home have turned organisational cultures and people dynamics on their heads. While trying to minimise the financial impact of the pandemic on staff, HR leaders have also had to contend with matters of morale, mental health and engagement to ensure that every individual within the workforce remains committed to the vision and purpose of their organisations.

 Join the Culture conundrum: Cultivating belonging among employees working from home impact session at the HR Indaba Online to learn more about how people are faring in the new normal. This discussion will be held by Tantaswa Fubu, Group Executive: Human Capital and Transformation, Barloworld, Paul Haupt, Organisational Development & Change Consultant, Investec and Dieter Veldsman, Group Human Capital Executive (Interim), Momentum Metropolitan. It runs from 13:30 to 14:15 on 30 March 2021.

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The HR Indaba Online is a virtual conference and expo that brings together 5,000-plus HR professionals who want to accelerate their knowledge, network and career. The event boasts 10 Impact Sessions with world-class speakers, live engagement, and a complete overview of the most important tools and services for HR teams.

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