Tag: #Coronavirus

Reimagining What is Necessary Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second The pandemic demands that we reimagine, rethink, and reengineer our work. It starts with getting clear on what is truly necessary work. Trying to go back to what it was like is a mistake. We have to let go of nostalgia and our strong desire for something familiar.   Reimagining What is Necessary Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic  …

How HR (and Tech) Can Address Workplace Health and Safety during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Read Time1 Minute, 5 Second Video   In this video, John Sumser discusses How Human Resources and HR Tech Can Address Workplace Health and Safety during the Coronavirus Pandemic with the workplace under threat from COVID-19. I’d love to hear your thoughts about the discussion we had in the interview. Post your comments on HRExaminer.com or my YouTube Channel »     Full Transcript…

Questions to inform HR’s response in the coronavirus pandemic – The Small Scenarios Series

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second   We’re exploring some of the likely issues in the near to medium term   With unheard-of workplace disruption and historical levels of unemployment around the world, HR leaders and practitioners have never had to be more effective. There’s a demand for innovation in each small decision and action we take. No one can wait for benchmarks to emerge…

HeadHunter Q2 2020: Coronavirus hit the company’s results

HeadHunter, the No.1 Russia-based recruitment vertical, saw revenue drop by 19% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2020.  Revenue amounted to RUB1.5 billion ($22 million U.S.), while adjusted net income declined 30% to RUB412 million ($6 million U.S.). The overall reduction in revenue is connected to a decrease in the number of paying customers due […]

The Coronavirus Crucible

“My hope is that this recent crucible of events doesn’t just change “work;” but that it changes the way we even think about work.” – Mary Faulkner     The concept of a crucible is simple. The official definition is a situation of severe trial, or in which different elements interact, leading to the creation of something new.     Sound familiar?    …

The Human Side of Cybersecurity During The Coronavirus Pandemic

“Technical tools and threat detection systems are an important part of any cybersecurity framework, of course. But they are arguably the least important part of them. Companies can have the best technical foundations possible, and still have their security undermined by poorly educated staff members.” – Sam Bocetta   The Outbreak Of Covid-19 Brought A Renewed Focus On Cybersecurity   One of the major…

Managing Your Workforce After The Coronavirus Pandemic

Neil McCormick highlights a framework of initial questions leaders should be asking about their business post-COVID-19. Will your workforce requirements post-COVID-19 change? There is nothing like a crisis to trigger significant reform. The world is, rightly, focused on the COVID-19 Pandemic. The economies of many countries are in hibernation. “Uncharted Territory” describes where most businesses across the globe find themselves. One thing is for…

How Child Care Impacts the Coronavirus Recession

During our July 16th webinar, Fall Hiring: Three Scenarios to Plan for Now, Leah Daniels, SVP of Strategy at Appcast, shared a wealth of information and lots of data. Some of the most noteworthy statistics are those that show the link between business reopening and child care. Leah pointed out that one in three U.S. employees have kids at home. Once you consider the…

A New Recruiter To-Do List: Coronavirus Crisis Communications

You know that game, “never have I ever” that you played in college? Someone will name an experience, sexual or otherwise, and if you have done that thing, you take a gulp of your drink. It’s probably the most straightforward drinking game that exists.  Let’s play. Drink if you have written employee communications about a pandemic.* * You’re welcome. I know you probably needed that…

Coronavirus and RChilli Worklife: How Is Our Business Managing WFH?

Paramdeep Singh, Manager (Marketing) from RChilli, is expressing his experience on WFH in this global pandemic. When the first case of Coronavirus came, who knew it would become a global pandemic? Over the last month, life has taken a drastic change. While schools, malls are shut, businesses have chosen to work from home. Everyone is praying for this situation to end. I do the…

Remote employee wellness monitoring gains traction during coronavirus lockdown

April 7, 2020 – In recent weeks, millions of employees around the world have been forced to work from home for the foreseeable future in conditions that are impacting their individual and team productivity. Even though technologies for remote employee collaboration, such as video conferencing and virtual shared working spaces, are enabling businesses to continue working during the Coronavirus lockdown, managers are unable to…

LinkedIn’s making its job listing tools free to those recruiting to fight the coronavirus pandemic

Like many other websites at the moment, the career-oriented networking platform LinkedIn has seen a big boost in traffic as a result of people being asked to work from home and stay indoors overall to slow the spread of the coronavirus, with a bump of 55% more conversational activity between existing connections in recent weeks. Now, to leverage that attention in a way that’s…

Averbook: Coronavirus is ‘biggest opportunity in our careers’

Jason Averbook frequently asks HR leaders what year it feels like inside their companies — and most typically give a year sometime in the last two decades. That divide has become even more apparent with the coronavirus pandemic. The post Averbook: Coronavirus is ‘biggest opportunity in our careers’ appeared first on HR Tech Feed.