As we collectively resign 2020’s historic and wholly stress-inducing events to history, leaders should be looking forward to a year that looks to offer hope and promise. Whilst the UK is facing a climb in COVID cases and many businesses are still struggling with furlough and safety issues, the Government’s message is hopeful that 2021 will be the year in which coronavirus will be defeated.
But whilst a glimmer of hope is now present, January will undoubtedly continue on the trajectory set by 2020, with many workers struggling to reconcile their family life, childcare, remote working and the economic ramifications of the current market. So, how can leaders ease the pressure on the current return to work? Here are five key examples.
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