Prior to March 2020, remote work practices for knowledge-based workers were on the rise and had been for over 10 years. With as many as 95% of workers desiring the ability to work away from base to at least some
One of the most important facets of being a great manager is the duty of care you have to your employees. The term “workplace wellbeing” is a common one, but slightly misleading. A manager’s duty of care extends to all
While self-isolation in the face of COVID-19 is certainly necessary, that doesn’t make it easy. You start to lose track of how many days have gone by, the places you used to go become hard to remember, and you could
Managing other people is a complicated, multi-faceted job at the best of times. It can be hard enough to balance the aims of the business against the needs of your staff even when they’re all in the same place. Throw
How do we say this…working remotely can be a difficult, costly and not all that fruitful exercise. Whether enforced or planned, remote work can be a big upheaval for companies with a lot of learning and adapting along the way to success.
With the hectic events of the past few weeks, our series on workplace wellbeing must seem like an eternity ago. In case you missed it, we published a four-part series on physical, mental, financial and social wellbeing. While there are
Today, we’re talking about social wellbeing, the importance of workplace inclusivity, and the role these things play in employee engagement, productivity and retention. If you’d like to know more, have a look at our previous articles on the physical, mental