In 2020, HR leaders were surprised by the resilience the workforce demonstrated in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. The sudden shift to remote work did not hurt performance as much as many leaders had feared, and many employees actually excelled in the remote setting. But as the year wore on, we began hearing concerns about employee burnout and new struggles with mental health and work-life balance.
In this issue of HR Leaders Monthly, we discuss how HR leaders can design workforce resilience strategies that strengthen the organization and have a lasting, positive impact on employees' well-being.
Explore data and insights to help build resilience for an increasingly hybrid world of work.