New Research – How Leading Organisations are Responding to Coronavirus and Creating Lasting Cultural Change

first_imgLarge firms have no plans to bring all staff back to officesFifty large organisations have said they have no plans to bring all of their employees back to the office full… Coronavirus has affected businesses like never before and had a very human impact – employees are concerned about their wellbeing, their finances and the future. But coronavirus is also accelerating the future. In terms of change programmes, digital transformation and flexible working initiatives, many organisations have made more progress during the last few months, than the last few years.WorkBuzz teamed up with leading organisations like HS2, Home Instead Senior Care and The University of Wales Trinity St David, to understand how they were responding to the crisis and planning for the future. Broadly speaking, their actions can be grouped into three phases:Phase 1: Managing the Crisis – during the lockdown, organisations prioritised supporting employee wellbeing, leaders being visible and over-communicatingPhase 2: Shaping Your ‘New Normal’ – as the lockdown in the UK is eased, rather than just adapting to the ‘New Normal’, HR leaders are looking for ways to shape it and design new effective ways of working, during a period of prolonged social distancingPhase 3: Creating Lasting Change – beyond social distancing, they recognise there is a unique opportunity to design how they work and adapt to new flexible working expectations and business challengesThe report is packed with practical case studies to help you navigate the challenges and creating lasting cultural change.To get your copy, just add your details below. Number of Employees*0-5051-100101-250251-999>1000Telephone Number*Personnel Today Group may also contact you in the future about new products, events and services unless you object to receiving such messages by ticking the box below. Personnel Today will not pass your details onto any other third parties. Acas: Redundancy related enquiries surge 160%Conciliation service Acas has experienced a marked increase in calls to its helpline on the subject of redundancy during the… Unemployment to top 4 million as workers come off furloughUnemployment could top 4 million by the end of the year, with 1.3 million people going straight from furlough into… Related posts: By registering for this whitepaper you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and to WorkBuzz contacting you in relation to this whitepaper and its content. You also confirm that you have read our privacy policy and our cookie policy.First Name*Last Name*Email*center_img Previous Article Next Article WorkBuzz helps leading companies gather regular, real-time feedback from their people, improve employee engagement and build a great culture.Trusted by hundreds of organisations with 25-25,000 employees, WorkBuzz can help you navigate the people challenges posed by Coronavirus and creating lasting cultural change.Visit or call on 03333 446 530 Comments are closed. Personnel Today Group New Research – How Leading Organisations are Responding to Coronavirus and Creating Lasting Cultural ChangeOn 27 Jul 2020 in PROMOTED CONTENT, Coronavirus, Latest News, Personnel Todaylast_img

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