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Briefing: The Cautionary Tale Of Social Media

Briefing: The Cautionary Tale Of Social Media

Since Friends Reunited was launched 22 years ago, the popularity of social media has grown exponentially so that it’s now an integral part of our daily lives.  Alongside posting holiday snaps and news about life’s ups and downs, it can help us with everything –...
Dealing with Staff and Self-isolation

Dealing with Staff and Self-isolation

Being ‘pinged’ is becoming part of everyday language as large numbers of people have been contacted by the NHS Covid-19 app. With employees returning to the office, how can an employer effectively manage staff who are contacted to self-isolate?

Do you think remote working could hold you back?

Do you think remote working could hold you back?

There are no doubt pros to working from home for staff – the commute is shorter and cheaper, staff don’t need to worry about parking, and they can have a homemade lunch every day. However, if staff are remote working all the time, is there a risk they could feel disadvantaged and be treated less favourably at home? Could you lose valuable staff who become isolated or feel undervalued at home?