Schools Returning; The Beginning of the New Normal?

COVID-19 Working Advice | News | Posted 01.06.20

Following 9 weeks of lockdown and as daily rates of confirmed cases starts to drop, the government have announced their plans to return to ‘normal’, starting with the reopening of schools. 1st June marks the phased return of children back to school; starting with specific years in primary schools. Initially, pupils from nursery, pre-school, reception,…

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The Future of Working Following a Pandemic

COVID-19 Working Advice | Posted 22.05.20

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so many elements of the working landscape and looking into the future, there is one certainty – the way we work will never be the same. We’ve taken a look at some of the topics being discussed about how the future of work may look for both employers and employees.…

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The Latest Resources to Develop Your Skills and Career

Contact Centre | COVID-19 Working Advice | Job Hunting | Working Advice | Posted 30.04.20

As we come to the end of our 5th week in lockdown, many have been affected up and down the country in their personal lives and their careers. However you have been affected, we’ve taken a look at the training opportunities and digital resources available to develop your skills and career during the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Opportunities to Upskill & Reskill For Your Next Career Move

COVID-19 Working Advice | Uncategorized | Posted 03.04.20

Right now is a testing time for so many people, not just in the UK, but across the world. So many have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in different ways, and we know many have been affected in their careers. We’ve taken a look at the training opportunities currently available for anyone who has…

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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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