Performance nosedive | HR leaders fear impact of work from home

HR leaders fear impact of work from home

As coronavirus continues to weigh on the HR agenda, a new study claims that, whilst 46% of HR directors see improving employee productivity and engagement as their main focus for the year, just 33% foresee such an improvement occurring.

The results, which form part of Clear Review’s second Performance Management Report, were ascertained by surveying over 200 HR professionals to discover how the industry is continuing to deal with COVID-19 alongside the latest challenges on 2021.

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