While the furlough scheme has saved many businesses and jobs, it’s also created divisions between the furloughed and the non-furloughed, which will make it awkward when everyone returns to work....
This time around, the most successful leaders are spelling “lockdown” with four Cs. (And no, they’re not Covid, Constant Calls, and “Cripes, not this again....
It’s understandable that workers stuck at home during COVID are choosing to break the monotony by heading for some winter sun....
Staff retention is always important – but right now, it’s vital. Don’t make the mistake of thinking your superstars will stay with you just because the job market is flat (for now). Workers who feel let down by their employers during difficult times will leave – as soon as possible....
There are plenty of recently unemployed workers on the market, but does that mean you can easily find that special candidate? Would you be surprised to learn that it might actually be harder than last year? Here’s why.
COVID has changed the way we do just about everything in HR, and hiring is no exception. Here’s how to hire and retain the best talent in the “new normal” world.
Loneliness, longer hours, and communication difficulties can affect remote workers’ mood at the best of times – and these are not the best of times.
As a leader, you’re probably facing these challenges right now — or you soon will be. Here’s how to handle them.
Right now, executives need their assistants more than ever. The basic role of the EA is to give time back to their boss....
Technology at work has been growing and changing at an unprecedented pace – and it’s unlikely to slow down as we go back to the office after COVID-19. Professionals must adapt quickly to survive and thrive. Here’s what you can expect – and how to handle it.
You’ve probably accepted by now that things aren’t going back to “normal” as we knew it. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the economy forever. So what comes next? In some cases, acceleration of shifts that were already in motion; in others, brand-new directions. HR experts have been weighing in:
One in three people working from home during COVID has also had caring responsibilities, according to a Hays survey. And one in six had no partner to share these responsibilities. That means some of your employees are affected by it – and it’s likely to affect their work....