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Throughout the coronavirus lockdown, one aspect which has helped to assuage uncertainty and anxiety is technology. Workers have embraced video calls and sharing screens yet without the sophisticated IT security systems of the office, employees are becoming more exposed to security threats and intrusion.
Our cover story explores what there cybersecurity threats could look like and how HR can keep its employees safe during our switch to remote working.
Also in the May/June issue:
Mental Health First Aiders- what impact has the scheme had on the workplace and could resources be better used elsewhere?
Learning and development- On-the-job learning is essential for career and personal development, but many workers in lower paid roles do not have access to the same training opportunities as their higher-paid counterparts.
Operational tech- What tools HR are using to manage productivity and develop a deeper understanding of employee engagement.