Recruiting experts, Hays, has conducted a poll of over 1,400 people globally to find out their concerns around returning to their place of work following the end of lockdown restrictions and the changes they expect to happen in the world of work as a direct result of the pandemic.
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Lessons from China: What the rest of the world can learn from how Manuli Hydraulics resumed business operations amidst the COVID-19 crisis 26 May 2020
As countries around the world continue in their battle against COVID-19 at varying stages, in China, the worst appears to have been overcome. Today, most of China’s businesses are gradually resuming operations, providing the world with an invaluable frame of reference as they prepare to return to work.
6 TOP TIPS FOR MANAGING A REMOTE WORKFORCE 21 May 2020
Despite recent relaxations of coronavirus restrictions, staff who can work from home continue to do so across Japan. For managers managing a remote team for the first time, making sure their team’s wellbeing is cared for – while also maintaining productivity – may prove challenging.
Hays, the leading recruiting expert, has launched a free online training portal designed to help employers and teams in Japan grow the skills they need to function effectively and thrive in the face of Covid-19.
According to Richard Eardley, Managing Director of Hays Japan, working from home can be an isolating and lonely experience. But looking after your wellbeing is key to staying mentally and physically healthy whilst still being a productive and effective worker. To ensure you perform your best at this difficult time, Richard offers seven tips that can help maintain wellbeing while working remotely.