In recent months, HR professionals have been on the frontline when it has come to managing the impact of COVID-19 on business continuity. During the next phase, in which organistations need to decide how their new normal will look, HR leaders will be afforded the opportunity to take on an active role and leave a lasting impression on strategy within their organisations. In this guide we provide HR leaders with a framework of considerations for how they can make an impact, from monitoring mental health in a partially remote workforce, to fostering togetherness in a new style of workplace.
Managing the Interview Process
Make sure your interview process helps you secure the best professionals for the role. Many hiring managers understand the importance of their company’s interview process and put a lot of thought into how it should work. But that doesn’t always mean it’s as good as it should be. If you’re recruitingRead More
Three interview approaches for remote onboarding
As an international company, we know what it's like to hire employees without being personally on site. This requires good preparation, but is easily possible thanks to digitization. We will tell you how you can successfully hire employees remotely or from your home office and how you can optimallyRead More
Managing maternity differently
Workplace policies that fail to create inclusion and equality risk costing businesses as talented professionals leave their workforce and go to rival companies or set up their own. Business leaders and HR professionals joined Lisa Barnwell, CEO of Bumps and the Boardroom, for a seminar held at the RRead More
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