Over the past year, the Coronavirus pandemic has altered the lives of people across the globe. Alongside the obvious social aspects, workplaces have been exposed to a magnitude of changes; Offices have temporarily and permanently closed, individuals furloughed/ made redundant and other changes have been forced upon us.
In late April 2021, we decided that we would survey finance and HR professionals, in order to understand the expectations they held of their employer moving forwards and to see if this has changed in the nine months since we last carried out a survey on this subject. The results we will present are based on the opinions of 375 respondents.
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Webinar: 1st July 2021 - Wade Macdonald & Doyle Clayton
Back to the office expectations - Balancing staff happiness & legal obligations
Chris Goulding, Managing Director at Wade Macdonald, is joined by Rose Smith, Dan Begbie-Clench and Naomi Jameson from Doyle Clayton as they discuss the outcome of our 2021 report [Employee Expectations] and the employment and health & safety law implications.
You can find out more about our 2020 report 'How the pandemic has impacted employee expectations', and download your copy, using this link.
To access our July 2020 report, click the image above.
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