Are you an employer with workers based at home, or splitting their time between home and the office? If so, you’ll need to ensure they are in a healthy and safe environment. That means undertaking home risk assessments and potentially making changes to your team’s home setups.
Has the pandemic made you want to work from home long-term? If so, all you have to do is wait until you’ve been in your job for six months and then ask. Then wait up to three months for your company to reply.
Doesn’t sound ideal, does it?
The pandemic has changed an awful lot about the way we work. No longer is remote working something that only certain industries or innovative start-ups offer. It’s become part of the mainstream, with major global brands adopting it as a long-term solution.
A new survey of US workers has found that 91% of those who are currently working at least some of their hours remotely wanted to continue doing so after the pandemic. The Gallup survey also found that, “given the high proportion of white-collar jobs traditionally done in an office, the remote rate among these workers is particularly noteworthy.”
Perricone MD is a holistic, three-tier skincare and wellness system consisting of diet, essential dietary supplements and potent topical skincare solutions. When the pandemic struck, the company (like so many others around the globe) was ill-prepared for the sudden switch to remote working. As such, Chief International Officer Tracey Mann called on the expertise of the Work Here, Work There team.
Did you take your employees out for lunches or after-work drinks, pre-pandemic? Maybe for company away-days somewhere swanky? Many such events have (understandably) fallen by the wayside. However, it’s still essential to keep your workers engaged to retain all that talent. So, what can you do to keep remote employees feeling connected?
Microsoft hit the headlines recently, as the company announced an indefinite delay to the reopening of its headquarters in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft, like the rest of the world, has had to get to grips with the new realities of pandemic life, including embracing remote and hybrid working trends.
Creating a home office can be an exciting experience. However, if you don’t have a knack for interior design, it can also be rather intimidating. Never fear! Read on to discover everything you need to know about creating the perfect home office.
Largescale working from home has caused companies plenty of headaches since the pandemic began. IT issues have been tricky to navigate, from distributing and maintaining equipment to providing appropriate access to data. Much attention has also been paid to the emotional aspects of working remotely, with companies scrambling to take care of their employees’ mental health.
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