In recent months, HR professionals have been on the frontline when it has come to managing the impact of COVID-19 on business continuity. During the next phase, in which organisations need to decide how their new normal will look, HR leaders will be afforded the opportunity to take on an active role and leave a lasting impression on strategy within their organisations.
In this guide we provide HR leaders with a framework of considerations for how they can make an impact, from monitoring mental health in a partially remote workforce, to fostering togetherness in a new style of workplace.
5 essential skills for future proof HR leaders
For years, HR has advocated for, but not been granted, a seat at the table. In many organisations the department is seen more as a back-office role that concentrates mainly on employee policies, contracts, and benefits. Covid-19 forced companies to extend more influence to HR for the sake of keepingRead More
Career Cushioning: 42% of workers admit to preparing to look for another job
As Europe continues to hover around the recessionary danger zone, it seems professionals are increasingly embracing the concept of "career cushioning." This strategic approach involves taking proactive steps to prepare for potential job changes or market shifts, ensuring a sense of stability and secRead More
The role of the manager in a hybrid work world
The advent of hybrid working brings new challenges for managers. After all, a hybrid working model requires a different way of managing. How do you lead and coach a team that alternates between working from home and the office? International recruitment firm Robert Walters lists some tips. Trust FirRead More
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