Survivor's Boston Rob has HR's 2020 Survival Guide
Plus, we're awarding one lucky HR pro with a dream staycation. Enter to win!
Boston Rob has an important message for HR pros — it's time for HR to transition from 2020 survival mode to adapt-and-thrive mode.
Win a Survivor-Style Staycation 🏝️
Let's face it, HR pros are the glue holding small businesses together in 2020. Between pandemic-proofing your workforce and balancing employee safety and wellness with furloughs and layoffs, you've been challenged like never before, in ways you probably never imagined.
To thank you for all that you're doing to keep your tribe happy and healthy, we're awarding one lucky HR pro with a dream staycation! Enter to win your choice of a socially-distanced getaway so you can relax, recharge, and take a well-deserved break from 2020. Click below to learn more and enter to win.
The "New Normal" for HR
If we've learned anything from 2020 so far, it's that it's time to embrace a "new normal" — there's a good chance that workplaces will never look the same again, no matter what happens with COVID-19. So it's time to start thinking about how to transition from 2020 survival mode, to thrive mode — by adapting your HR team to support your tribe for the long haul.
Digitally "Prepping" for What's Next
The first step is re-evaluating your HR processes and policies. After months of working remotely, are you still onboarding new-hires on paper and spreadsheets? What will open-enrollment look like this fall? Do you have a plan for running performance reviews online?
If not, it's time to consider a solution like GoCo. Schedule a demo with our HR experts and we'll help you identify ways to pandemic-proof your HR processes.