Companies with comprehensive human resource management (HRM) practices and union relationships are more likely to survive a deep recession, say researchers.HR software Internal communications Learning and development
The lockdown has been a major test for managers and leaders. Many businesses have had to tackle tough economic conditions, with demand for their goods and services evaporating overnight.
HR up and down the country is reintroducing employees back to their workplaces - either physically or a return from furlough. We highlight just a few of the many brilliant initiatives HR is undertaking to make the process as seamless as possible.
The whole process of onboarding has been thrown a curve ball by COVID-19. Where remote onboarding used to be rare, many companies now have to do it. And in a post-COVID environment virtual onboarding will become a permanent fixture in the employee lifecycle
HR up and down the country is reintroducing employees back to their workplaces- either physically or a return from furlough. We highlight just a few of the many brilliant initiatives HR is undertaking to make the process as seamless as possible.
Despite the multitude of challenges and disruptions faced by businesses and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak, some businesses, including high-growth companies and scale ups such as our own, have continued to grow, hire and expand
According to the latest ONS data, 3.3 million people in the UK are often or always lonely. Due to lockdown and the social restrictions put in place due to coronavirus, this figure is expected to rise for 2020.
Split days off and early starts have proved to be the most popular choices for a flexible working lifestyle according to new research.
A quarter (26%) of Londoners have said that they want to continue working outside the capital post-lockdown, adding to ideas that the pandemic could encourage employers to rethink their hiring strategy.
Before the pandemic, it may have seemed impossible for SMEs to compete with larger firms’ company cultures.