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As employers come to the end of the furlough scheme, and the country faces a potential second lockdown, HR will be met with the challenge of reuniting a disparate workforce.
With new policies and safety restrictions in place, both parties will be returning to a changed workplace, if they return at all, potentially with damaged trust in their employer and new anxieties.
Our cover story for the September/October issue will explore how HR will ensure employees remain engaged and become reintegrated into a post-pandemic workforce. And what will this mean in the long term for company culture and retention?
Also in the September/October issue:
Peace of Mind: James Glove, HR director at mental health charity Mind, discusses harmony in the face of crisis
Recruitment overwhelm: The new world of work demands a different type of recruitment process
Unequal pension pots: Why lone parents, and single mothers in particular, are the victims of systemic inequality when it comes to pension pots and what HR can do
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