The challenge is not just to get through this period but to survive it in such a way that you can reset in order to thrive.
HR leaders have had to quickly pivot from recruiting amid the lowest unemployment on record to managing a sea change in the way people work while planning for a very different post-COVID future.
Remote workers need to be managed carefully at the best of times to protect against burnout, anxiety, depression and isolation.
Now that more workers than ever have had a taste of remote work, we may have to rethink how we recruit and manage employees going forward.
Right now, more than ever, managers and HR leaders are scrambling to find solutions to keep society running at this critical moment.