The past 12 months have seen HR practitioners face a number of new challenges in light of the coronavirus pandemic, which has changed the way we work into something that could now be considered entirely unrecognisable. Remote working has forced employers to think about how they could build culture virtually, while the ongoing crisis has prompted organisations to reflect on their health and safety policies to ensure staff are kept as safe as possible during this troubling time. In addition to that, with the end of Brexit transition period looming (December 31, 2020), more potential changes following the UK’s departure from the EU is also something many HR leaders will be facing in a matter of weeks. Plus, with the coronavirus pandemic looking set to continue well into the New Year,...
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