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HR impact of Covid-19

The coronavirus pandemic has catapulted us into unchartered territory. As we try to make sense of the changes it has brought and how they might affect our future, one thing remains constant: the need for great people! It is people who will continue to make businesses what they are and help to determine the shape of things to come.

In this section, you will find insights and professional advice that we hope will be useful to employers and HR professionals as they re-think their people agendas.

The Role of Temporary Workers in Oxfordshire’s Economic Recovery

One-third of Oxfordshire employers are likely to need Temporary Workers

Hannah Bush, head of our Temps Division, introduces our report and provides an overview of the role temps are likely to play in the future.

Highly-skilled, experienced Temps could provide businesses with new opportunities

Lotti Cook, a consultant in our Temps Division, explores how senior-level temps could provide new competitive advantages.

Press Releases & Blogs

Survey reveals Oxfordshire businesses are not making the most of skilled Temporary Workers

Survey reveals Oxfordshire businesses are not making the most of skilled Temporary Workers

Employers may be missing a trick by not using temporary workers to plug management gaps at a time when unprecedented numbers of highly experienced, senior people are entering the jobs market.

The HR Impact of Covid-19 on Oxfordshire’s Employment Market

A message from Kate

Our Managing Director, Kate Allen, talks about the rationale for our report on the HR impact of Covid-19.

Press Releases & Blogs

Preparing for a return to the workplace is the biggest drain on HR resources

Preparing for a return to the workplace is the biggest drain on HR resources

HR decision-makers reveal their greatest challenges as found by our recent survey.

Oxfordshire businesses remain bullish about the future

Oxfordshire businesses remain bullish about the future

Oxfordshire businesses are optimistic about their prospects over the next six months with many predicting growth.


Guest Blogs

GDPR: Employers could be at risk from new employee data issues

GDPR: Employers could be at risk from new employee data issues

By Malcolm Gregory, Partner and Employment Law Specialist at Royds Withy King

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How to Combat Shame in the Positivity Game

How to Combat Shame in the Positivity Game

By Colette Norbury, Workplace Wellbeing Training Lead at Oxfordshire Mind

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Working from Home: Returning to work in the coronavirus world

Working from Home: Returning to work in the coronavirus world

By Malcolm Gregory, Partner and Employment Law Specialist, Royds Withy King

Part 3 of 3

Mental Health: Troubles, Tools and Tenacity

Mental Health: Troubles, Tools and Tenacity

By Colette Norbury, Training Lead, Oxfordshire Mind Workplace Training

Work stations and premises: A legal view on returning to work in the coronavirus world

Work stations and premises: A legal view on returning to work in the coronavirus world

By Malcolm Gregory, Partner and Employment Law Specialist at Royds Withy King

Part 1 of 3

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Staff: A legal view on returning to work in the coronavirus world

Staff: A legal view on returning to work in the coronavirus world

By Malcolm Gregory, Partner and Employment Law Specialist at Royds Withy King

Part 2 of 3

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