The sudden shift to remote work following the coronavirus pandemic has forced HR teams across the UK to revaluate how their traditional HR support works due to the closure of workplaces. For example, many have had to think about how employees can be supported on a virtual basis, while concerns for the health and safety of staff members has also been heightened as a result of the virus. Throughout this time, HR has also witnessed high levels of burnout and a lack of productivity, with recent studies indicating that many employees are working longer hours due to being at home. This is reflected in research from LinkedIn's Glint, which discovered that burnout doubled from March (2.7%) to April (5.4%) 2020. Elsewhere, data shared by NordVPN has found that since businesses moved to remote...
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