Ibec Voices 

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Ibec Voices is a podcast offering unique insights into business in Ireland and what shapes it.

The latest episode is The Future of Work and the Workplace.

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Ibec Voices

With the lifting of Covid-related restrictions comes a renewed focus on the future of work and the workplace. How and where we will work in a post-Covid world is an issue that is currently top of mind for many employers and employees alike.

The podcast guests discussing this issue are:

  • Professor Alma McCarthy, Head of the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics and Professor of Public Sector Management at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
  • Audrey O’Mahony , Managing Director for Talent & Organisation, Financial Services for Accenture in Ireland

And the conversation is chaired by Director of Employer Relations at Ibec, Maeve McElwee.

The discussion covers:

  • Managing hybrid workplaces
  • Multigenerational workplaces
  • The right to disconnect
  • Performance management
  • Expectations and challenges about the return to office
  • Upskilling senior leaders and people managers to thrive in the workplace of tomorrow.

Ibec is Ireland’s largest lobby and business representative group. Its purpose is to help build a better, sustainable future by influencing, supporting and delivering for business success. With over 230 employees, Ibec engages with key stakeholders in Ireland and internationally through six regional offices and its Brussels office, along with an extensive international network in the UK and US.

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