As workers return from furlough and businesses begin to awake from enforced hibernation, HR will need to overcome some tricky challenges.
Whilst the return to the office seems on hold for now, for HR professionals trying to navigate what the future of the office looks like in the long term, one option that has recently come to the...
The UK government is now advising office workers to work from home again where possible following a rise in the number of coronavirus cases across the country.
More than half (59%) of European employers are expecting to make staff redundant once government support comes to an end, according to new research from employment and labour law practice Littler.
More than three in four UK business managers feel that 'collaborative' workspaces will be most suitable for their organisation post-lockdown, according to new research.
?As employers have had to adapt to the new, remote normal, many junior employees have reported feeling that communication, supervision and support has reduced.
Employees have wasted an estimated 56 hours since lockdown in preparing for and getting back into work after video calls.
In a controversial move, the UK government is set to launch a new campaign to encourage workers to return to offices in response to economic concerns of the high street.
Major crises such as economic austerity and the current pandemic have aggravated existing vulnerabilities across several domains of life. Over time, such crises can have a snowball effect.