While what we care most about during a crisis are very human issues such as emotions, safety, and family, it’s technology that is going to be the first and best way to stay connected with your people.

62% of organizations have a crisis plan, but few regularly update or train for crisis situations which may involve designating responsibilities, access to certain technology, and a process for how to communicate.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, stay at home orders across the country put organization’s crisis plans to the test as many organizations were forced to transition into a primarily remote workforce overnight. 

Check out the results from PeopleGuru’s Survey: Workforce Management Impacts From COVID-19 below to learn how HR professionals relied on tools within their HCM systems to stay connected with their people and how the pandemic will shape the future way of work. 

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