How to manage: Human experience will be central to recruiting new talent post-pandemic

Employers will be competing for top talent on a much bigger playing field thanks to remote working, and one of the best tools at their disposal is a focus on employees’ social and mental wellbeing

28th February, 2021
How to manage: Human experience will be central to recruiting new talent post-pandemic
A priority for HR leaders in the remote-working world will be finding new ways to create virtual ‘water-cooler moments’

Covid-19 has focused our attention on the future of work, asking fundamental questions of where and how work gets done, and by whom. As we get to grips with this fundamental shift, a new focal point is emerging in the war for talent: human experience (HX).

The results of our newly published Sigmar/AON survey suggests that, when restrictions lift, 22 per cent of the Irish workforce will work remotely full time, with 44 per cent...

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