Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
Time: 12.00 pm to 13:00pm
Host: Jane Thomas, Managing Director, South West Contact Centre Forum and Call North West
Adapting to the new world of contact centre homeworking – and doing so in a way that is ethical and works optimally for both businesses and their employees – is far from easy.
From learning how to connect remote workers securely to managing productivity & quality, and ensuring positive health & well being, the transition to homeworking has created a host of complex challenges. And those challenges are unlikely to go away anytime soon.
With 2021 fast approaching, we appear no closer to a full return to the office; work-from-home will be a key part of the contact centre landscape for some time to come.
In this webinar we look at how contact centres can move their homeworking operations to the next stage – including addressing employee engagement issues in these most difficult of times.
Topics to be covered include:
- Who make the best homeworkers?
- Virtual or office-based recruitment?
- Virtual recruitment processes and on-boarding
- Virtual or office-based training?
- Induction and on-going training in a virtual world
- eLearning and continuous learning
- Team Leader training
The South West Contact Centre Forum/ Call North West will be joined by Mark Walton, CEO @ SensÃ©e, Sarah Cocks, L&D Champion @ SensÃ©e and Sam Goldney, Training Manager @ SensÃ©e who will lend their expertise and experience to the debate.
During an extended Q&A session, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss their most burning People Development issues.
12.00 – 12.05: Introductions and Agenda – Jane Thomas (SWCCF/CNW)
12.05 – 12.15: Homeworking in 2021 – Mark Walton (SensÃ©e)
12.15 – 13.00: Question and Answer session – Jane Thomas (SWCCF/CNW) and Mark Walton, Sarah Cocks and Sam Goldney (SensÃ©e)
Click here to register for the 12th November SWCCF and CNW Webinar