Last month furlough dominated the headlines. For HR, it’s not just about what financial support the Government is offering but about how they can include staff in general company life if they have been furloughed… Furlough careWith furlough extended until October for some staff there will be increased worries about how to communicate and involve staff in company culture whilst they are not working. Harriet Shurville, Chief People Officer at Iris, explained that engagement should be at the core of this. “One of the biggest things we tried to do with this is make sure that furloughed employees still feel part of the company family. It’s really important they feel part of our community even...
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