Virtual panel discussion on changing working model

Donal Laverty, consulting partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

THE changing working model will be focus of a virtual panel discussion hosted by the Chief Officers 3rd Sector (CO3) on Thursday May 6 (noon), when a number of experts will discuss if the changes will be permanent and what the implications may be for HR and employment law.

Among the speakers will be Donal Laverty, a consulting partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore.

An adviser to organisations around the world and a former chair of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, he will share his expertise and insight on how organisations will have to adapt in a world of continuous change and disruption, the implications of new ways of working and how organisations need to prepare for a new type of employee relationship.

Also joining the discussion are Christine Crawford, of Willis Employment Services and Louise McAloon of Worthingtons.

CO3 chief executive Nora Smith said: “The global pandemic has upended our work lives. We have tried to adapt but what about the longer term?

“Adjusting to a new normal is not going to be an easy task for businesses but there are resources available to help them navigate these challenging times.

“This promises to be an eye-opening discussion on the changing world of work, with Donal, Christine and Louise all offering invaluable insights.”

To register to attend the free panel discussion go to

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