Watch: Webinar discussion sheds light on government’s ambitions for its future workplace

This webinar, organised in partnership with SAP Concur, is an engaging discussion about the future of workplace in government. Claire Harrison, CTO of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, is on the panel sharing her experience on the challenges and benefits of adapting to flexible working models. The speaker line-up is complete with Beckie Smith, Deputy Editor of PT sister title Civil Service World, and Nick Herring, Senior Business Development Manager at SAP Concur.

At the core of this session is analysis of the results of a study that asked more than 200 senior officials to provide their insights on government’s future workplace.

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