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The Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst, conducted a rapid research survey during the COVID-19 pandemic focusing on HR Directors, HR managers and HR system professionals primarily from enterprise organizations in Europe. What were the questions the C-suite were asking HR in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Read the article to discover the answers.
If Human Resource departments had a challenging job before the pandemic, the post-pandemic times look even more challenging, but many opportunities also lie ahead. As we ease into the new year, we believe it is a good time to reflect on lessons learned but also on lessons we still need to learn. As an early Christmas gift, we summarized the key HR trends to look on 2021.
While more organizations start to implement aDistributed Talent Management strategy, the goal of HR becomes to enable individuals in their work and make them accountable for their own career.
The yearly performance review is coming up, but this time it holds even more challenges than before. For most organizations, the performance review is a check-box that needs to be ticked. It's the way many companies usually decide how they're supposed to determinepay and establish accountability.
We find ourselves in a unique situation where millions of people are forced to work remotely from one day to another, and managers have not had the time to adapt properly.
How can you keep track of employees' engagement when they are not really within the company? With employees being forced to work remotely, organisations are having trouble knowing how every employee is feeling and performing.
During periods of uncertainty, employee retention and engagement are a threat. Losing employees at a high rate is extremely costly, especially since recruiting them is challenging.