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So much of the storm that businesses are currently weathering is outside of their control. Keeping up with a plethora of government news, advice and guidelines; supporting employees with physical and mental health challenges that weren’t a concern this time last year; learning new and updated words in the lexicon – these are all activities above and beyond the anticipated day job for business leaders and HR alike
Being made redundant is the number one concern for employees at the moment, followed by taking a pay cut or catching COVID-19 at work.
Nearly half of UK workers (48%) want to reduce their business travel due to environmental concerns.
Employee confidence in coronavirus-related decision making is taking a huge hit, according to a new survey by engagement tech firm Culture Amp.
The issue of ‘trust’ has come to the fore during the COVID-19 pandemic – the levels of trust in leaders prior to the crisis were generally low and, in my view, the current situation has put leaders and managers under even greater scrutiny.
The vast majority (90%) of employers agree that financial worries have a negative impact on an employee’s mental health, a survey by fintech company Smarterly has found.
A lack of employee recognition for their contributions is the single biggest factor for British people feeling disengaged at work, according to Achievers.