Diversity, Wellbeing and the New World of Work

White Collar and Corporate Crime Symposium

October 2021


Join DLA Piper’s Global Employment Thought Leader Series to hear world-class speakers explore critical issues for employers at this pivotal time. Recent global events and movements including COVID-19, #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo have had – and will continue to have – profound and long-term impacts on our workplaces. Organisations the world over are re-thinking how to stay relevant, how to prioritise workers’ wellbeing and how to promote social justice and equality all while planning for an uncertain future.   

In our Global Employment Thought Leader Series, prominent thinkers will examine these themes and offer insights on what companies can do now to make work better and make workplaces fit for the future, whatever it may bring.   

  • Hear Dr Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, TED speaker and author of “Uncharted: How to Map the future together”, on how to navigate the new work paradigm and manage your remote workforce
  • Hear John Amaechi OBE, thought leader, organisational psychologist and best-selling author on Equality in the global workforce: How to drive meaningful and lasting change.      
  • Hear Dr Vivek Murthy on the impact of covid-19 on the mental health of the global workforce and what employers can do to help

Please register in advance to attend the sessions, all of which will be broadcast live. 

Recordings will only be available for a limited period to delegates who registered in advance. 





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