Showing that you care about staff by communicating, allowing leadership to see your talents and remembering not to use Zoom as a tool to fire employees en-masse are key talking points this month… CommunicationWith the business landscape evolving seemingly each day, HR needs to be a genuine hub for communication, so employees and workers can have their questions answered whilst decisions, by the executive, are delivered in a transparent manner. One firm who has done this is Iris, an ad agency headquartered in London. Harriet Shurville, Chief People Officer at the organisation, explains that their communication strategy involves delivering materials to furloughed workers, creating constantly updated FAQ docs and...
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