Staff are being asked to complete surveys to assess their readiness for a return to the workplace
The role of the team manager is under the spotlight with spans of control being reviewed as to whether things should change for home-based teams.
Some organisations are exploring how to best respond to the hurdles encountered around high-risk activities such as financial crime, fraud etc.
Some members are looking to be more pro-active in guiding customers through their shift to digital, explaining and hand-holding them with the aim of reaping the benefits of this further down the line.
Organisations have been looking now for some weeks at what a new model of work may look like as operations have begun to settle and as businesses prepare for potential easing of restrictions.
How best to cope with the strains of self-isolation with regards to mental health and social wellbeing. Advice for health workers, caregivers for children, those suffering from the virus and those in the general community about how to normalise and de-stigmatise the current situation as far as possible.
Up-to-date guidelines on how employers and employees should handle the pandemic, and examples of good practices they should follow. See also their advisory webinar on the subject for employers.
Latest health service information on the symptoms, spread and treatment of coronavirus, from the most authoritative UK source on healthcare.
From Korn Ferry, the economic impact of the coronavirus and how it’s being felt in workplaces across the world, with a specific focus on salaries.
We all know we should expect the unexpected – but the global effect of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in today’s world of hyper-communication. Advice on how to become fluid as lockdowns increase and workers go home in large numbers.
PDF DOWNLOAD Coronavirus has caused upheaval, creating unstable environments around the world. This report includes a framework which portrays elements that drive behaviour and behavioural change. How we navigate in a fluid time can no longer depend on automatic behaviours, as they may reflect a mastery of a past that no longer exists.