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  • The three Cs of COVID: culture, comms and churn are key issues as business leaders emerge from the pandemic
  • Less than half of employees have been adequately communicated with during the pandemic, and HR leaders reveal that churn has increased since the easing of COVID restrictions

London, UK; 23rd August 2021: 42% of employees think the culture of their organisation has deteriorated since the pandemic. That’s according to research by StaffCircle, which surveyed employees and HR leaders to determine the impact of the pandemic on company culture, engagement and communication.

The survey identified the three Cs of COVID – culture, communication and churn – as the key challenges for businesses, with 42% of HR leaders saying that churn has increased since the ease of restrictions, and 30% of employees more likely to leave jobs post-pandemic.

When it comes to communication, less than half (46%) of employees say they have been…

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