A Year in Review, 2022

Posted in : The Essential Elements of the Employee Handbook on 14 December 2022
Leeanne Armstrong
Issues covered: Recruitment and selection; Legislative developments; Brexit Freedoms Bill; Slavery and Human Trafficking; Data Protection

As we end 2022 it’s time to reflect on what we have learnt from the past year and consider how we can start the New Year with the best intentions for 2023.

Following the pandemic, last year saw the shift from working entirely remotely to return to the office environment, with some companies requesting for staff to be back in the office full time, and many beginning to focus on implementing more permanent hybrid working arrangements.

The outbreak of the war in the Ukraine and the unfolding of a major cost of living crisis has presented a new set of challenges for many businesses just as they were emerging from the impact of a global pandemic.

With another year of challenges and disruptions

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This article is correct at 14/12/2022

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