With most of the UK workforce working from home, onboarding new employees has changed dramatically. Starting a new job means meeting everyone online and the elimination of the workplace structure.
More than half of companies are to make permanent changes to the way they work because of coronavirus. This comes as a survey reveals 60% of businesses are happy with the alterations their companie...
With the government referencing manufacturing and engineering firms in its new strategy to encourage people to go back to work, it’s time to reopen the doors.
With everyone working from home during the coronavirus lockdown, the issue of mental health has never been more important, especially today – the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.
With the coronavirus lockdown continuing for at least a few more weeks, face-to-face meetings remain impossible for those working from home.
The COVID-19 outbreak has created a huge demand in the production of key equipment, such as ventilators and surgical masks.
Video interviewing is the next best thing to an in-person interview, as it preserves the visual element of meeting a candidate.
With most interviewers working from home for the foreseeable future, you are likely to be invited to a video interview, rather than face-to-face.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, it is clear that many employees are worried about the implications of self-isolating and sick pay. The government website outlines up-to-date information...
During a pandemic, time is of the essence. This is true for every organisation.