The wellbeing of staff has long been a challenge HR practitioners have had to face as part of their roles, and now with more employees than ever working on a remote basis, HR has had to put in place increased measures to support their staff.
For example, recent CMI research discovered that managers have witnessed a steep decline in staff wellbeing as a result of the ‘quick but necessary’ move to home working. It discovered that the fall in wellbeing was higher for managers whose staff had parental responsibilities (59%). 36% went on to reveal that mental health was one of the key challenges for them.
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