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IBEC HR Survey 2020

IBEC have just released the results of their latest survey carried out in September 2020.

401 companies completed the survey across of number of industries and company sizes. 34% of the Businesses surveyed have 50 or less employees.

Businesses have managed through extraordinary times in 2020. From the sudden lockdown of the economy in March, resulting in office workers moving to remote working, to essential services adapting to COVID-19 protocols, to the difficult challenge of having to lay-off or reduce the hours of their employees, it has been a testing time.

As the economy strives to function against the backdrop of uncertainty caused by COVID-19 and the approaching Brexit outcome, businesses are experiencing both positive and negative impacts on their trading performance across different sectors. This is very evident in the results of this year’s Ibec HR Update.

Read the full report here

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