As Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s public announcement on Sunday evidenced, legislation surrounding guidelines for workplaces in the UK is changing and developing swiftly, as the nation rallies to combat coronavirus.
However, as a result, HR’s position in the workplace must change too. What may have been an acceptable practice prior to the pandemic could now no longer be the best course of action, whilst what may have been best for your workers three weeks ago could well now be an outdated view of what is to come.
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