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Helping NZ & the world embrace the new normal!

RemotAbility: Introducing the world’s first Remote work capability assessment tool - helping NZ and the world embrace the new normal!

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Date and time:

Tue 17 May 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Thu 19 May 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Virtual

Nationwide (more than one region)

Free

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Helping NZ & the world embrace the new normal!

Dinosaurs to digital conquerors - helping NZ and the world embrace the new normal with our app built in Aotearoa.

17th May 12.00 P.M. – 1.00 P.M. Register

19th May 12.00 P.M. – 1.00 P.M. Register

Come join us as we showcase the world’s first remote work capability assessment app, helping organisations use data driven strategies to navigate the modern work world of 2022.

We will share data from organisations taking calculated steps to ensure team members are engaged, working safely and healthily, be physically and mentally fit and being productive but in a sustainable manner.

These are times with unprecedented opportunities for both individuals and organisations, so whether you are on a board, running operations, head of Finance, HR or HSE join us as we explore complex requirements, structure and evidence and the tools and understanding required to bring about a healthy (physically and mentally) productive workforce.

About RemotAbility - Remote Work – Modern Work

https://www.cxsnapshotz.com/s/remotability

We have pioneered a holistic approach to modern work with a software solution “RemotAbility” an assessment tool based on the global standards (Individual and organisational) now prevailing for a remote work.

RemotAbility provides the data to determine individual and organisational modern work strategy and operational execution with the objective of keeping the individual working safe, healthy physically and mentally fit in a sustainable manner.

Speakers

Deepak Selvaratnam

CoFounder

Michael Clark

CXTT Consulting

Joanne Crawford

WorkSafe New Zealand Chair in Health and Safety at Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington

Ali Pruit

Remote Work Productivity Consultant

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