The impact of a business crisis like COVID-19 is huge. It affects everything, from individual jobs to entire sectors. The pace of change is high.
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.
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.
In today’s fast-paced workplaces, businesses need to get messages out to staff quickly and effectively every time. It could be critical information staff need to see now, or valuable content to streamline processes or improve employee engagement.
Take a look at photos from workplaces of 10 or 20 years ago. They’re hardly recognizable to modern workers. That’s because the type of work we do, the way we work and the environment in which we work have changed dramatically.
The SnapComms Internal Newsletter channel is a great way to reach your employees and keep them up to date with what's going on within your organization. You can use Newsletters to connect teams, shine the spotlight on new projects, give wellbeing advice or communicate leadership goals and strategy.
COVID-19 has touched everyone. From the workers whose jobs have been lost, to the businesses whose operations have been crippled, and the sectors weakened under the strain, no-one has escaped its influence. Yet as 2020 approaches its final quarter, for many, the situation is getting worse.
Albert Einstein, renowned physicist and crazy hairstyle pioneer, famously proclaimed that “our technology has exceeded our humanity.” It was a popular concern in an age where big advances were being made.
Meet Anmar. He’s just accepted a new job – right when the coronavirus crisis started. He can’t visit his new offices, can’t meet any of his colleagues in person, can’t pick up all the equipment he needs. Doesn’t sound like a great start, does it?