- Cyber Security And The Effects of The Pandemic

Has your organisation ever fallen foul to an email virus or phishing scam?  Whether you have been directly affected or not, it’s likely that we have all witnessed a potential threat or scam land in our inboxes. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has taken these threats to a whole new level.  Online scammers and hackers have

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- Covid-19 and Mental Health – The Other ‘Second Wave’

In our June Blog, we discussed steps for running an organisation in a time post-Covid-19.  However, getting back to ‘normal’ is about more than simply the operational practicalities.  Although many of us will have experienced periods of anxiety, stress and loneliness during the pandemic and at times these feelings may have overwhelmed us, when things

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- Creating a Pandemic Survival Plan

How did you envisage your first six months of 2020 to be? I suspect it is fair to say that in January  none of us could have envisioned that this is where we would be in June 2020, living and working in a vastly different world.  The global shutdowns and localised lockdowns are affecting organisations

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- The Future Is… At Home?

When Covid-19 swept across the world, millions found themselves ordered to stay at home by their Governments to help reduce the spread and this, by default, led to swift worldwide adaption. Businesses needed to adapt accordingly, finding workable solutions to, wherever possible, remain operational and profitable and safely keeping their employees earning a salary and

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- Ethical Veganism Protected by Law

In a landmark ruling in January 2020, an Employment Tribunal found that a claimant’s ethical veganism qualified as a “philosophical belief”, and therefore, should be protected by law. Under the Equality Act 2010, it is unlawful to discriminate against an individual because of their religion or philosophical belief. The case, brought to Tribunal by vegan

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- Coronavirus – Considerations for Health & Managing Your Workplace

Due to the rapidly changing nature of the Coronavirus situation, and to provide continued support to our readers, we are updating this blog post as news reports and new government directives break, so do check back regularly.  Updates can be found at the end of the post.   Last Updated 22/05/2020 Covid-19, a new addition

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- Presenteeism – Is it worth worrying about?

As we enter a new year and, indeed, a new decade, organisations are looking at ways to get the best out of their business processes and the people working for them, while maintaining a safe, healthy and balanced working environment for all. Absenteeism is an issue many organisations  have been dealing with for some time

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- Manifestos, Pledges & Considerations for Employers

It’s almost time for one of the most anticipated General Elections in the UK’s history. As an Employer, you may be wondering about the implications of a possible change of Government, or changes within an existing Government.  All of the parties’ manifestos make significant pledges and propose extensive changes for current Employment Laws and Regulations,

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- Working mums feel trapped by lack of flexibility

“We expect women to work like they don’t have kids and raise kids like they don’t work.” ~ Amy Westervelt. For November’s blog post, we’re throwing the discussion over to you. A recent survey of 2000 parents on the jobsite workingmums.co.uk, found that 80% of working mums felt trapped in their current role as they

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