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We have (almost) made it to the end of the year in one piece! In what has been a year like no other for HR, we take a deep dive into the great remote work experiment and what the the impact has been on our organisations and employees.
Has the switch to remote working lead to more productivity like HR had anticipated? Why does it discriminate against some but not others? Who should be offered the opportunity to continue working from home long after a coronavirus vaccine has been developed?
Creating an organisation ‘fit for the future’ is a key organisational and strategic aim for HR, but unless it learns the lessons of 2020, little progress can be made.
Also in the November/December issue:
Profile: Lloyd’s HRD Julia Tyson talks a tumultuous year and fighting back against an exposé which questioned the organisation’s values
Taking the time: The default ‘busy’ response when someone asks about work could be doing more harm than good to workplace culture
Learning and development: How can you make sure your L&D training budget is being spent correctly?
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