The coronavirus pandemic has been a time of great turbulence within the HR sector. Challenges such as moving entire workforces to remote working and massively altering workplaces to account for stringent new health and safety measures quickly replaced other initiatives as key priorities in this time.
And on top of these initial headaches, HR has been managing changing Government legislation with regards to furlough, helping employees who may have dependants to care for, and caring for the physical and emotional wellbeing of people who may have suffered at the hands of COVID-19.
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