Today my adult daughter popped in. We had not seen each other for seven weeks. As she caught sight of me, she burst into tears. I knew exactly how she felt. She’s in a happy relationship in a shared home and has been handling lockdown well… until she saw someone she’d been missing.
After nearly two months of remote working South Africans are ready to get back to working in the office as the initial novelty of remote working has revealed unexpected difficulties, detracting from people doing their jobs properly.
DDI and HR Analyst Josh Bersin extend deadlines for the Global Leadership Forecast 2021, the largest worldwide leadership survey.
As the coronavirus crisis forced mass shutdowns of companies across America, typical in-person, classroom-style training sessions weren’t possible. Organizations had to rethink their approaches to training – in particular, moving to a virtual training model.
Besides struggling to remain afloat, the biggest challenge that businesses are facing during the Covid-19 pandemic is how to maintain employee safety and productivity. The HR challenges that the coronavirus has precipitated have never been witnessed before, which means that no one really knows which employee policies and support will bear the best results. That is why companies need to rely on a global PEO to navigate the coming months of uncertainty.