The wellbeing of staff has been one of the main pillars HR leaders have focussed on, however since the coronavirus pandemic took hold, the wellbeing of employees has risen straight to the surface as staff and employers have faced new and untold issues they could not have predicted.
For example, many organisations will be concerned that employees or their close family members could contract the virus which could impact staff. Similarly, workers have grown more and more anxious when it comes to their health and job security following the ongoing news of redundancies and job losses as the economy continues to dramatically decline.
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