Well it’s worth considering the following:
How should you adjust working conditions for those impacted by coronavirus?
After any virus, and it seems common with COVID-19, it is not unusual to be left with a prolonged feeling of tiredness. For many this may mean energy levels take some time to return to normal which may impact upon their ability to fulfil full-time work commitments.
Where possible consider the following adjustments:
How to help employees return to work after contracting coronavirus
It can be stressful for anyone returning to work after time off, but after illness its often a lot more daunting. You might be compounding it by a myriad of emails and correspondence, all of these things can often overwhelm and cause not only loss of productivity, but also frustration and added stress.
Managing your Finances can be tricky after contracting COVID
For some people sickness can be financially challenging and getting reduced pay when sick can affect a person’s recovery. Consider the following actions to support your colleagues with their finances:
If you need some support or advice on helping your staff post COVID then please get in touch.
Take care of your employees, and they will take care of your business. It’s a common corporate mantra, especially in the modern workplace. However, it’s also one that is actually rarely stuck by. Because looking after your people means more than beanbags in the office and cake on a Friday. To really look after a workforce, you need the best people to do it. People who understand rights, training, culture and mindset. It takes the best HR people.
Too often HR and Recruitment are set apart, but they are so inter-twined with one impacting the other that in businesses they must work together and in 2023 this is greater than ever before.
The role of “HR Business Partner” has been blurred over the years as many businesses have taken a shine to the term and coined the title “HR Business Partner” (HRBP) instead of the more traditional HR Manager title. But what in fact is a true HR Business Partner role? The role of HR Business Partner was initially introduced into larger businesses with many business units or departments where HR Managers were spread too thin and it was hard to gain a deep insight and knowledge into all areas of the business and to be commercially, as well as technically strong in HR.