HR Challenges in 2022

Posted in : HR Updates on 2 November 2022
Olga Pollock
firmus energy
Issues covered: Hybrid working; Attracting and retaining talent; Cost of living crisis; Health and wellbeing

When we started the year, we braced ourselves for another spike in Covid cases but were hopeful we’d be coming to the end of the dreadful pandemic and returning to some sort of normal. Little did we know we were on the cusp of a cost of living crisis brought about, in part, by a war in the Ukraine. Now some 10 months on, it’s hard to deny that we have faced some unprecedented challenges over the past couple of years. Here’s a summary of some of them:

  • Hybrid working: Whilst the pandemic forced many employers to send employees home to work, pretty much overnight, the problem many now face is enticing staff back to the office, even if that is on a hybrid basis. Technology played a vital role

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This article is correct at 02/11/2022

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Olga Pollock
firmus energy

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