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Employees will want more freedom in where they choose to work following the coronavirus pandemic
With teams no longer in the office, it can be tempting for managers to want to apply new technologies to survey their employee’s performance
?Two thirds (67%) of UK chief HR officers plan to encourage employees to work remotely on a regular basis after lockdown.
The bond between team members, trust and information sharing have come out as the top three areas most at risk by remote working.
COVID-19 has completely changed the current landscape for the remote economy and knowledge workers.
Hiring managers will need to start promoting and recruiting workers for their emotional intelligence, not just technical ability, as we move towards a post-coronavirus culture
The UK's economy needs to level up at “supersonic speed” to protect the most vulnerable by keeping jobs intact, according to chief executive of Public Health England Duncan Selbie
Throughout COVID-19 one aspect which has made things undoubtedly easier is technology.