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Managing Performance while remote working during COVID-19
May 30 from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Managing Performance while remote working during COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed the way businesses operate. Remote working is now a legal option and common practice as employees in the UAE quickly transitioned to working from home within a short period. As the UAE moves towards a phased gradual return to the work, key factors need to be considered to ensure performance and business targets and objectives are achieved.
When: Wednesday May 20th
Time: 3 pm
Topics covered will be
- Considerations for performance management during COVID-19;
- Adjustments and effective performance management process during COVID-19;
- How to discipline and/or terminate an employee due to capability whilst remote working;
- Contractual amendments and review of HR policies in light of COVID-19.
At the end of the webinar there will be a Q&A session for participants to get their questions answered.
The speakers are Agni Skafidas, Managing Director at Olam and and Thenji Moyo, Leading Director and Co-Head of Employment DWF (Middle East) LLC. You can read more about them below.
Agni Skafidas has spent over 20 years in general and specialised HR roles in the Middle East and around the world. Her wealth of knowledge in HR, project management and coaching have driven her success and commercial understanding. She had the opportunity to lead HR teams in operational and strategic roles and served as Director, Total Rewards before joining OLAM as Managing Director. OLAM offers streamlined and sustainable HR solutions, designed for small and medium enterprises (SME) to strengthen their business.
Thenji Moyo is a UK trained and qualified specialist Employment Legal Director advising on all UAE and DIFC employment law. Thenji is ranked in Chambers and Partners and as “Associate to Watch”.
Thenji has extensive experience working in employment law advising blue chip, multinational, regional, local and private clients from all industry sectors. She advises on complex employment issues, which include global mobility of employees, cross-jurisdictional matters including temporary assignment, secondment, cross border engagement.
She has particular expertise in advising on all HR issues including recruitment, termination, employment disputes, corporate reorganisation, mergers and acquisitions, terms and conditions, company policies and procedures.
Thenji works closely with the employment local litigation counsel to file employment claims at the Dubai Courts via the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation and she is a legal practitioner registered with the DIFC Courts.