Furlough, COVID and managing your people 

Furlough, COVID and managing your people .

by Howard Greenwood, 7th April 2021

The past twelve months have had (and I hesitate to use the word, but there’s isn’t another that’s more appropriate) an unprecedented and profound impact on the way in which we manage our people.

During the next Jump online chat, we’ll be discussing what we’ve learned from the Covid experience at work, how moving teams to remote working has changed our perceptions of the role of the manager and the different ways in which organisations have risen to the challenge.

What are the implications of the vaccination programme and covid testing on the workplace, and what do you need to think about as workplaces open up.

Twelve months ago, few people had used the term “furlough” but today it’s become an accepted term. What impact has furloughing team members had on the “psychological contract” and how do the organisation move into a post furlough world in a positive way.

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