The Human Resources (HR) department in businesses is responsible for handling crises that can affect the workforce’s productivity levels and efficiency.
However, the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic has been a unique test – one which has caught a lot of HR professionals off guard.
In just the first half of the year, the unprecedented effects of COVID-19 have forced teams to shift things up – from delivering updates and dealing with compliance matters to managing the needs of newly remote staff.
However, while your HR team may be facing difficult adjustments to make sure the entire business continues with as little disruption as possible, there are ways to effectively deal with this period.
Here are two client case studies demonstrating the approaches their HR teams are implementing during this difficult time.