The initial response to the coronavirus pandemic saw UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson enforce a strict lockdown: a measure that had businesses temporarily shut up shop and a large portion of UK employees move to homeworking arrangements virtually overnight. During this ongoing period, the HR function has been tasked with supporting the wellbeing of remote workers as well as ensuring that disruption to business as usual was communicated or minimised effectively. Yet, with Johnson recently easing...
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