Remote culture could drive future pay-cuts for UK employees as the government’s furlough scheme runs out in October.Talent Employee benefits Recruitment HR software
Workplace trust has never been more important. To create and maintain a positive workplace culture across a digital workforce, it’s critical that senior management trust employees to get their work done while the office setting is de-matrixed.
Coronavirus has allowed HR to step up and become ‘heroes’ of an organisation, according to global research analyst Josh Bersin.
Making changes ‘sticky’ and sustainable in organisations can be notoriously challenging. After all, it is a long journey dependent on the right balance of leadership, economics, politics and individual attitudes.
The COVID-19 lockdown enforced a new status quo: adopt remote working to achieve business continuity or suffer major losses. As restrictions start to lift across countries, the question is, what’s next for our remote generation?
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.
Human beings are around three million years old, in one form or another. Sophisticated as we like to think we are, much of our behaviour follows patterns that have evolved over those three million years. Some of it is even older than that.
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