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Stressed woman on phone HR departments are facing a bit of whiplash as they juggle meeting the needs of a remote workforce while also attracting new talent. (Photo: Getty)

HR teams are facing unique challenges as businesses continue to rely on remote work while dealing with ongoing labor shortages, a new study has found.

The 2021 “State of People Strategy,” released by Lattice, an employee management platform, found that HR departments are facing a bit of whiplash, as they juggle meeting the needs of a workforce that frequently continues to work from home, at the same time that many are resigning, and new hiring efforts are being prioritized.

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