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August 8, 2022
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Intense pressure on HR teams to cope with new demands

HR professionals are now moving beyond the immediate crisis stage in dealing with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic as home-working, furloughing and heightened workplace health and safety measures bed in, research by XpertHR suggests. But while an increasing proportion of the workload is now around less business-critical issues, such as whether or not employees can take or cancel leave while on furlough, the research shows that the pressures on HR teams are intense, with many professionals struggling to balance the demands of their business, the need to support employees’ mental health, and their own wellbeing. The survey of 388…
Intense pressure on HR teams to cope with new demands

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