The past year has been a huge test of HR’s capabilities.
When the pandemic first took hold and workers were forced to work from home, it was largely HR that was forced to find the solutions that would bridge the digital gap for collaboration, communication and wellbeing – as well as workers’ abilities to even fulfill the basis of their roles from home. However, after the initial shock of the pandemic subsided, many other key issues under HR’s remit were brought to light.
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