Comparing the outcome of Government responses to Covid-19

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27
January
2022
09:00 AM
Webinar

In this webinar Ius Laboris and The Adecco Group join forces to discuss the findings of their joint report, published for The World Economic Forum in Davos, January 2022. The Report covers the impact of different government policies taken to address Covid-19 in 20 countries. Our speakers will look at which policies worked well, which ones worked less well and what policy recommendations we make to governments going forward. 

 

Joining this webinar are Chris Engels of Claeys & Engels, James Davies of Lewis Silkin, Bryan Luro of  Adecco Korea, Menno Bart, and Marine Marty of The Adecco Group.

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James Davies
Partner - United Kingdom
Lewis Silkin
Chris Engels
Chris Engels
Partner - Belgium
Claeys & Engels
Marine Marty
Junior Public Affairs Specialist
The Adecco Group
Menno Bart
Senior Public Affairs Manager
The Adecco Group
Bryan Luro
Country Manager
Adecco Korea
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