COVID-19 has had a profound effect on business continuity, creating unfathomable disruption, challenging regular business operations and indelibly changing the way we work forever.
In 1994, Bill Gates said that “Banking is necessary, banks are not.” Twenty years later, time has proved him right.
Picture the scene. An Internal Communications Manager enthusiastically launches a new campaign. She’s excited about it and is confident employees will get behind it.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year - as we’ve never seen it before. This time around the holiday season in the office looks a lot different to what we’re used to.
With more and more employees working from home or in different environments due to COVID-19, it’s harder for managers to keep in contact with them.
Few people could have predicted the upheaval 2020 would bring.
It’s a time of almost unprecedented change for businesses across the world. The hangover from COVID-19 and challenges of increasingly competitive marketplaces are putting strains on leaders.
There’s a lot to plan for HR Managers as a new year approaches. Keeping employee engagement high while supporting broad business objectives can be challenging.
The key to success is being organized – and the key to being organized is the HR Planning Calendar.
Hardware failures, corrupted software, malicious hacks or even just human error – IT outages are an inevitable fact of life.
The world’s response to COVID-19 has created one of the most rapid workplace transformations in history. Not only has it prompted businesses to reshape the way they work, it’s also changing the future of internal communications.