The government is allowing non-essential shops to reopen from 15 June to #KeepBritainWorking – only those who show they can keep customers and employees safe will be allowed to reopen.
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...
The COVID-19 outbreak has left public and private sectors scrambling for tech solutions, as much of the workforce has been forced to go remote.
Pubs, restaurants, hotels and other hospitality and leisure businesses were the first to close during the coronavirus lockdown. According to Boris Johnson’s recent announcement (10 May 2020), they ...
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.
This pandemic has required everybody to make huge adjustments to their lives. The same goes for businesses. Those who are unable to adapt to this new environment are going to struggle.
Many businesses are under threat following the coronavirus outbreak. How can businesses stay open and thrive financially despite a reduction in economic activity?
We see care homes hit the headlines on a daily basis in the current pandemic, often being labelled as the ‘forgotten’ area of the healthcare system.
If you are not actively teaching, be that going into school, running online classes or setting and marking homework, now is a great time to develop your skills.