HR departments begin to report that less of their time is being spent purely on COVID-19 response
A survey of 264 HR professionals by XpertHR six weeks into lockdown has suggested that staff engagement was higher than it was before the pandemic for a third of UK employers (32.2%). The research also found that almost half (49.2%) felt there had been no change and fewer than one in five (18.6%) thought employee engagement had fallen. Around one in five HR professionals (20.8%) said that all or almost all of their work is driven by the crisis, which was less than half that number (42.8%) in...
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