At Chilworth Partnership, we would like to invite all our clients and candidates to join us for an event hosted by The University of Southampton Business School on leveraging employee (virtual) work-life balance.
This session will address the issues around work-life balance when working behaviours change from the traditional workplace environment to one largely based on home-working or a hybrid model. Mina will use insights from her recent research during the Covid-19 lockdown to help the audience understand how best to help their colleagues achieve the optimal work-life balance in the new hybrid working model. She will address questions from the audience and provide key actions that can enhance work-life balance for all.
Title: What we talk about when we talk about leveraging employee (virtual) work-life balance
Date: Wednesday 27 October 2021
Time: 1pm – 2.30pm
Venue: Online Event
Presenter: Dr. Mina Beigi
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Presenter profile: Dr. Mina Beigi
Dr. Mina Beigi is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Southampton Business School and Co-Director of Work Futures Research Centre.
Mina studies work-nonwork interface, career success, and understudied careers using in-depth qualitative methodologies. Mina’s research informs individuals who take ownership of their careers and helps organisations learn more about their employees’ work and nonwork needs.
Her current ongoing research projects focus on careers of dual-earner couples with school-age children during the Covid-19 lockdown. Her work has been published widely in top journals.
She currently serves as the Associate Editor of Human Relations. She has served as the Associate Editor of Human Resource Development Review (2017-2020) and the editor of the Academy of Management Careers Division newsletter (2018-2020). She is a frequent reviewer for over twenty journals and sits on the editorial board of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development Review, and Human Resource Development International.