The global pandemic has rocked the foundations of most businesses. Inevitably, the impact on HR has been massive. Ways to address mental health, workplace safety and even workplaces themselves will never be the same – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Stay up to date on this page.
How HR analytics helps you work smarter
Already a key concern since the beginning of COVID-19, operational efficiency stays top of mind. A recent employer survey by SD Worx, showed that over half of European companies (55%) plan efficiency projects in 2021. Understandable, but don’t just concentrate on doing things right. Doing the right things is just as important. And HR analytics could well be the glue between efficiency and effectiveness. Check the opportunities in 3 HR domains.
SD Worx 75: the full story
Throughout the entire anniversary year of 2020, SD Worx invited 4,600 employees and 68,000 customers worldwide to collect 'sparks' through remarkable collaborations, heart-warming initiatives and great stories for charity. If we managed to collect 75,000 sparks, SD Worx would donate €150,000 spread across 75 charities.
Guidelines for HR Professionals in 2021
Over the past year, HR too has had to deal with our modern version of the Big Bang. We all adopted a ‘new normal’, to use a trendy term. Hopefully 2021 will be better. Thanks to the vaccine - fingers crossed - we shall soon be getting back to our social lives and be able to meet our colleagues and customers in person again more often. The after-effects of the coronavirus will continue affecting HR developments in the year to come, however. We hereby present the most important insights and trends for the new year.
Total talent management: preparing for constant change
What will 2021 bring? After such a turbulent year, it would be audacious to start making big statements. But one thing seems to be a given: ‘the old normal’ is not coming back.
Turbulent Times: How Global Payroll Providers Can Help You Navigate Business Change
In today’s business landscape, organisations are facing uncertainty as they plan for the future. With covid-19 pandemic turning the world upside down, Brexit that has caused political instability across Europe, the rapid development of new technologies and the lure of moving operations overseas to reduce costs, how can we navigate these turbulent times?
How to turn your workspace into an employee experience centre
COVID-19 has a great impact on employees, with mass homeworking as one of the most remarkable outcomes. Many companies are pulling out all the stops to establish viable homeworking policies, implement digital tools and create a renewed organisational culture.
Remote working challenges – and how to overcome them
As the adage goes, “the clever learn from their mistakes, but the truly wise learn from the mistakes of others”. With remote working here to stay in a post COVID-19 world, offering great experiences to remote workers is the key to high engagement, effortless collaboration and – in the end – higher performance. Familiarise yourself with the fails and learn how to win with remote working.
SD Worx collects sparks for charity and to combat coronavirus
SD Worx is celebrating its 75th anniversary. Even in these challenging times in which the world is gripped by coronavirus, SD Worx does not want to let this occasion pass unnoticed. We have therefore collaborated with The Oval Office on an internal and external communications campaign to donate a total of EUR 150,000 to 75 different charities, nominated and chosen by SD Worx employees. Initiatives to help beat coronavirus receive special attention.
Remote working is here to stay, so make it a win-win
The COVID-19 lockdown forced international companies to switch gears overnight: remote working was suddenly the norm. In most cases, the transition happened smoother than expected and significant benefits have now become apparent.