During the pandemic, HR professionals were on the frontline when it came to managing the impact of COVID-19 on business continuity. During the next phase, in which organistations need to decide how their new normal will look. HR departments will be afforded the opportunity to take on an active role and leave a lasting impression on strategy within their organisations.
In this report, we address a number of areas in which HR can make an impact, from monitoring mental health in a partially remote workforce, to fostering togetherness in a new style of workplace.
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The future of the finance function
Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, many finance functions across a range of organisations and sectors were already undergoing transformation or evaluating their operating models. This was largely in response to a broad and well-documented set of challenges and drivers, which included managing costs, deRead More
Hiring for potential in the 4th industrial revolution
Whilst it is Covid-19 which has transformed the way the world has lived, worked and played in 2020, the longer term impact on our lives is likely to be the commencement of the fourth industrial revolution. In short, the Fourth Industrial Revolution describes the blurring of boundaries between the phRead More
Burning the candle - strategies to combat workplace burnout
Across the globe, many people are working longer and harder than ever before. Despite an increased focus on topics like work/life balance and wellbeing, a cursory scroll through your LinkedIn or Instagram will usually highlight a recurring message: the harder you work, the more successful you’ll be.Read More
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