What does organisational culture mean to you and how are you (re)building it? In a hybrid working world, culture includes fantastic supports for onsite collaboration and great ways to enhance belonging while working offsite too.

Employees emerging from the pandemic have a fresh perspective on how they view work. A greater work-life balance is well sought after, as work is no longer the top priority for many workers.

In the age of the Great Rethink, it will embrace a focus on purpose, and real action on inclusion.

Join experts from Bright Horizons for a lively conversation on enhancing employee experience in the more flexible, hybrid world with a new focus on talent retention and an emphasis on meaningful work.

We’ll cover client insights from partnering with over 400 leading employers in the UK and over 1,300 globally. We’ll look at the findings of Bright Horizons’ Work+Family Snapshot survey of client employees to explore what working families now expect in a healthy working culture.

We’ll also hear about Bright Horizons’ own culture as a large employer combining front-line and knowledge workers as recognised Great Place to Work®, one of the UK’s Best Workplaces for Wellbeing® and Best Workplaces for Women®.

Join us for a deep dive into the changing ‘workplace culture’ with experts in the field including:

  • James Marsh, HR Manager at Planet Organic and former Editor of HRreview
  • Denise Priest, Director of Employer and Strategic Partnerships, Bright Horizons
  • Janine Leightley, Director of Human Resources, Bright Horizons
  • Benedict Gautrey, Managing Director, Great Places to Work



Register for free here before 11am on 23rd June to listen live!


Editor at HRreview

Amelia Brand is the Editor for HRreview. With a master’s degree in Legal and Political Theory, her particular interests within HR include employment law, DE&I, wellbeing within the workplace. Prior to working with HRreview, Amelia was Sub-Editor of a magazine, and Editor of the Environmental Justice Project at the University College London, writing and overseeing articles into UCL’s weekly newsletter. Her previous academic work has focused on philosophy, politics and law, with a special focus on how artificial intelligence will feature in the future.