Dec 10, 2020
Toolbox HR « Back to The Skinny
“The overarching trend is that employer-offered tools need to be easily accessible to a fully remote workforce. Under that umbrella, HR should focus on wellness, engagement, and skill development. Wellness now encompasses employees’ physical and mental health, which is why HR needs to offer holistic benefits addressing mind and body. Not only that, but employees also suffering burnout need additional support to boost engagement to be productive at home. Lastly, we are in a challenging financial market, meaning hiring may not be an option. Ramping up skill development and investing in training will help the company and its employees in the long run.” – NS CFO and CHRO, Emily Taylor
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