The current global, socio-economic crisis has sent many leaders into a spin, leaving our teams and wider businesses and organisations reeling.
As part of the government’s ‘roadmap to recovery’, from this month businesses are no longer advised to work from home where possible and instead have been granted the discretion to make this decision themselves.
Cutting out distractions and prioritising has never been more important as businesses focus on the tasks that will help them survive.
Race Discrimination in the workplace can be a legal minefield through which only experts should tread, and carefully when they do so.
Lockdown has forced many SMEs to continue to run their team operations from home and in many cases the experience has proven to be a positive one.
Millennial and Gen Z workers have had an unfair reputation bestowed upon them.
As three quarters of London’s firms welcome staff back to their offices, many businesses across the UK are planning their return to the workplace.
Lockdown is easing in the UK, yet only this week we have seen spikes in new Covid-19 cases in Spain and across Europe.
The CIPD alongside YouGov recently published data suggesting that more than 4 in 10 of us are anxious about returning to work following the coronavirus lockdown
Unfortunately, right now, uncertainty seems to be the order of the day. As the saying goes, “adapt or die”