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COVID-19 and HR: What's next? Jon Ingham on 'the new normal'

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Jon Ingham discusses the future of HR and ‘the new normal’ post-pandemic in the very first lockdown edition of the HRD Live Podcast.

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Now more than ever, HR and business leaders need to come together to share insights, seek positive outcomes and work to build the businesses we need to see post-coronavirus.

After a brief hiatus, the HRD Live Podcast is back. Jon Ingham, HRD Thought Leader and author of ‘The Social Organization’ joins Michael Hocking, Deputy Editor, HRD Connect, for the very first lockdown edition of the podcast, recorded remotely at the beginning of May, 2020.

Jon and Michael discuss communication during COVID-19, opportunities for businesses to grow during hard times, and try their best to define ‘the new normal’ post-pandemic.

Watch the full interview here or listen via your favourite podcast provider by following the links below.

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