HR managers believe it will take over a year for their organisations to recover from the impact coronavirus has had on business.Boardroom Talent
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
Temporary office workers over the age of 35 have felt more supported by the government during lockdown than those aged 16-25.
Many have welcomed last week’s proposal from Chancellor Rishi Sunak, outlining how the UK will approach rising unemployment levels, and encouraging businesses to provide additional traineeships, apprenticeships and work placements for younger generations. However, with many young adults attempting to kickstart their careers during the most turbulent economic period in living memory, the government’s Kickstart Scheme – although a great starting position – requires support from businesses if it is to be successful
Government has announced it will create an “Office for Talent” to encourage scientists and researchers to come and work or study in the UK.
Remote culture could drive future pay-cuts for UK employees as the government’s furlough scheme runs out in October.
Employers do not expect problems with recruiting and retaining people in the next months due to coronavirus shaking the job market
Executive teams across the world are looking to the future after COVID-19 passes and how they can get to the other side while ensuring not only business continuity but also future prosperity. How businesses respond to this crisis will shape their success for years to come.