Pandemic | 'Not many people realise how hard HR are working'

'Not many people realise how hard HR are working'

There’s no doubt that employees are currently concerned about the future in terms of their job role. Coupled with anxiety over wellbeing and potentially contracting coronavirus, staff members are naturally feeling more stressed than usual when it comes to work.

During times of crisis like these, employees turn to their HR departments to get some sort of reassurance and peace of mind that their jobs are safe and that they will continue to be paid.

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