How to Protect Yours and Others Wellbeing in Self-Isolation

COVID-19 Working Advice | News | Working Advice | Posted 23.03.20

During this testing time, it’s more important than ever to follow government advice regarding self-isolation and social distancing. Social distancing is what you should adhere to if you or someone you live with have not shown symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19. Whereas if you have shown symptoms or live with someone who has symptoms…

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COVID-19: How To Maintain Relationships With Recruiters And Keep Talent Engaged

COVID-19 Working Advice | Working Advice | Posted 18.03.20

COVID-19 is having a drastic impact on the UK, especially within the business sector.  The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced unprecedented peacetime measures, asking people to avoid social contact and work from home where possible. Many companies and organisations have already started to put plans in place to protect their workforce, to alleviate disruption…

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Coronavirus: How To Be Productive If You’re Working from Home

COVID-19 Working Advice | News | Working Advice | Posted 17.03.20

In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, there will be more and more of us being asked to work from home. If this something new to you, it can be challenging to stay away from distractions and focus your mind on the work you’re meant to be doing. Here are our top tips to stay…

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Coronavirus: How To Advise Your Employees To Work From Home

COVID-19 Working Advice | News | Working Advice | Posted 17.03.20

  In the face of COVID-19, advice has been given for people to work from home where possible and to limit unnecessary travel.  We’ve put together some advice for businesses owners looking to implement working from home for their employees, and how they can be prepared! Organise online meetings If you use a cloud-based network…

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How To Encourage Honest Conversations In The Workplace

Working Advice | Posted 17.03.20

Encouraging honest conversations in the workplace not only improves mental wellbeing and happiness, but it also creates positive communication between employees. Most workers in the UK work for around 40 hours, which can equate to nearly a quarter of the week! Given this figure, it’s important to understand why creating a workplace culture that helps…

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How To Create An Accessible Workplace

Working Advice | Posted 16.03.20

Do you know if your workplace is accessible for those with disabilities? As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that your business meets the needs of those with sight loss, hearing loss, dyslexia, physical disabilities and many other conditions. 1 in 5 people in the UK have some form of a disability, yet…

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How to Spring Clean Your CV

CV Writing | Posted 12.03.20

When looking for a new job, it’s important to ‘spring clean’ your CV and make sure it is up to date. Perfecting your CV is one of the most important parts of the job hunt, as it’s your chance to make a good first impression on the employer. If you haven’t applied for a new…

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Why Quitting Smoking Can Benefit Your Career Success

Working Advice | Posted 09.03.20

Quitting smoking can have many benefits to your life, including in your career! We have all heard the dangers of smoking and what affect it can have on your health, but research has also shown that it can have a big impact on your social life and career performance. This month, Cordant People are encouraging…

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#EachForEqual: International Women’s Day 2020

News | Posted 06.03.20

Happy International Women’s Day! At Cordant People, we believe that an equal world is an enabled world. That’s why today we’re choosing to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements across the UK and the world. Let’s all be #EachforEqual! Jason Partington Russell – Regional Manager “Gender diversity and culturally mixed…

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Coronavirus | COVID 19: Advice For Employers And Employees

News | Working Advice | Posted 05.03.20

Information about the virus At the time of publication, there were 40 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK. The government provides the updated numbers here  The current risk level has been raised from low to moderate. People at greater risk are those with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long-term conditions such…

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How To Cope With Going Back To Work After Maternity Leave

Working Advice | Posted 02.03.20

Going back to work after a long period of maternity leave can be a daunting prospect for any new mother.  It can be a mixed bag of emotions – for some it’s exciting, for others it’s worrying. As the return date grows closer, these worries and doubts can creep into your mind: Will the baby…

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