'Change fatigue' | Increasing numbers of staff hit disruption limit

Increasing numbers of staff hit disruption limit

2020 has been a year of significant change both in and out of working life. Employees have had to adapt to new ways of working whilst their own personal wellbeing and the wellbeing of their loved ones was put to the test.

Some have experienced extended periods away from work, for example if they have been furloughed, whilst others have gone through redundancies and mass uncertainty.

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