From lockdown to unlock, the coronavirus pandemic has thrown up serious staffing challenges, thrusting human resources leaders into the centre of the crisis
Future of HR 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown up serious staffing challenges, thrusting human resources leaders into the centre of the crisis and accelerating the speed of change in an already rapidly evolving field. Our Future of HR special report, published in The Sunday Times, looks at HR tech and asks what role do humans still have in human resources? It explores how engaged and committed employees will be instrumental in determining who thrives in a postpandemic world, the doctrine of holacracy and how this relates to traditional methods of measuring staff productivity, and finally how HR’s unrivalled expertise in remote communication and productivity needs to be shared through closer collaboration with line managers. Also, the featured infographic examines how good employee experience directly relates to staff turnover and increased performance.
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'Employees receiving regular quality retraining and development will be equipped to cope with increasingly dynamic and fluid jobs'
The coronavirus crisis is accelerating a shift in human resources mindset towards the collective “we”, as organisations better understand the universal impact of health and wellbeing
Adjusting to a new normal as the coronavirus pandemic plays out requires employers to listen to feedback from their employees
Freelancers offer agility and specialist expertise without long-term commitment. No wonder a majority of smaller businesses are increasingly using freelance workers since the coronavirus outbreak, says Liron Smadja, director of local marketing at Fiverr