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Human Resource without the Human
A shift in the way we do HR
The HR profession is playing a crucial role in managing the COVID-19 response at organisations across the board, helping to ensure business continuity and safe operations, while safeguarding the interests and well-being of our most critical assets – our people. But as the pandemic pushes us all into new ways of working, every aspect of human resources is being impacted. From the way we recruit and hire, to the manner in which we engage with our workforce and deal with procedural labour issues, much has changed.
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No matter your business size, you’ll find value in our useful HR resources to help you navigate this new normal, streamline your HR processes and build a strong employee brand. Find out how to conduct comprehensive background checks easily. Get guidance on transitioning employees back into the office seamlessly. Tap into best practice on navigating difficult labour issues such as retrenchments and disciplinary procedures.
Despite the business challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis, considering alternatives to retrenchment may have a positive impact, not only on your employees, but on your business in the long run – enabling you to preserve your workforce rather than losing valuable members of staff.
Insightful suggestions for conducting disciplinary hearings via online platforms of communication such as Zoom, Skype and Video Conferencing when employees cannot enter the workplace or have not yet begun working due to the lockdown.
COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for recruitment, with lockdown restrictions and social distancing requirements pushing many businesses to adopt virtual hiring practices.
COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for recruitment, with lockdown restrictions and social distancing requirements pushing many businesses to adopt virtual hiring practices.The job market is perceived to be extremely bleak right now as the nation comes to terms with the impact of Covid-19 on the economy. Entire industries have been greatly impacted by loss of revenue and retaining employment within these tough times is not going to be easy.
With the move to Level 1 of South Africa’s COVID-19 lockdown, the weakened South African economy now has the opportunity to rebuild, as industries look to recover the significant loss of business experienced over the past six months