HR & Future Of Work Community
Delivering a dynamic employee experience has placed the HR function as a source of innovation in driving business change and outcomes.
The HR & Future of Work Community represents HR professionals who the new future of work, to deliver accessing skills on demand, alternative employment models, multigenerational collaboration and integrating human and intelligent automation for improved citizen experiences.
Join the conversation anyway you like!
Our HR & Future of Work Community creates an online and physical space for multiple ways to engage and learn. You can do this through:
- Attending an online or physical event
- Accessing exclusive content
- Share ideas and chat to your peers through our virtual platform where you can start a discussion or contribute to an existing one
Our community’s are hosted by industry experts within the government arena. These advisors help facilitate discussions and guide conversations throughout our different channels of engagement.
Applications are currently open – apply today!
As a Community Ambassador you will help drive discussion within your domain, across multiple layers of government, to inspire ideation, share results, learn from best practice around common problems that government share.
We encourage our members to take ambassadorships with Public Sector Network so that conversation is promoted with government professionals at every level. If you’re interested, please complete the form, and a member of our team will get back to you.
How to get involved with your community
Date: 15 July 2021
2020 highlighted the importance of mental health and wellness in the workplace with some unprecedented challenges stemming from COVID-19, bushfires, and droughts. The reduced separation between professional and personal life has led to increased exhaustion and simultaneously exposed the stress that many employees face in balancing demands….
Date: 15 September 2021
In the past year, we saw a global pandemic completely shift every aspect of everyday life, including work. Remote working arrangements tested the practicality of traditional management processes and put the spotlight on the limitations of legacy IT systems. To succeed with overcoming the challenges of new ways of work, HR professionals need to lead their…