HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
75 per cent have furloughed staff.
Physical health can also benefit from remote working.
Young people can be heavily damaged by a long stint of unemployment.
HRDs see the use of automation as one of their top payroll priorities.
A lot more businesses are predicted to take part in this scheme.
Majority of workers live in areas where they have seen businesses close.
Furloughed apprentices can continue their training.
For the first time in over a decade, the number of vacancies has reduced.
Key worker sectors have seen a rise in job activity.
70 per cent of employees feel confident in their organisation’s communications about the pandemic.
On 20th March 2020, the Chancellor announced updates to the “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme”.
Training in technology can ease the sudden shift to remote work.
26 per cent find it hard to speak slowly whilst being interviewed.
91 per cent of companies now offer remote or flexible working to its staff.