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Across the globe, there has been a rise in businesses becoming directly involved in social and political movements. Companies sponsor Pride events, make donations to movements such as Black Lives Matter or donate a proportion of their products to environmental charities. All of this adds to how attractive a workplace will seem for a potential recruit- we all want to feel like we are working for an employer which opts to give back.
It isn’t so much an option for HR to choose whether to get involved in the conversation, but instead how it navigates that conversation to keep its employees feeling appreciated, respected and listened to.
Our cover story delves into how HR can introduce these social changes within the workplace without tokenistic gestures and instead push for real progress.
Also in Jul/Aug issue:
Alastair Campbell on lockdown: COVID-19 and the global affect on mental health
Internal communications: Keeping staff engaged and well-connected without jeopardising work/life balance
Leadership: Are enough leaders offering open door policies during the crisis?
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