It is fair to say, at the start of 2020 not many of us would have been sitting in our offices expecting to spend the rest of the year working from home. But the pandemic has made that reality for most. Which brings into question the future of the office in its traditional form. What will it look like next year? We take a look.
As we enter the next stage of our COVID crisis businesses now need to start thinking about people returning to work. This is not easy, especially for many businesses who can't physically deal with the social distancing in their office or whose market is still stifled by the recession. Here are a few things to consider as your team returns.
It's time to batten down the hatches and call in the dogs. Prepare to manage cash flow and make sure we come out of this still operating. While this is the only way to manage this situation as people's livelihoods are on the line, it is time for the marketing community to step up and do their bit.
Internal communications is often a discipline that is taken for granted and even overlooked. The is an expectation that it is information people should already know or don't need to know.
We took a look at what it takes to keep your staff informed and up to date.
If like many, you are not sure what will actually constitute the right level of exercise and are equally unsure where to start, we have taken a look at Yoga and Pilates which seem popular.
So many of us are embracing this brave new world of remote working. Obviously, at the moment it has been forced upon us through COVID-19, but what will working practices look like post lockdown?
As if we’ve not got enough to deal with, it seems COVID-19 has provided hackers with the prime opportunity to scale up their attacks and increase the misery.
Trickle's recent growth meant they needed to bring on a Marketing Content Manager to support the efforts of Marcella Peacock, Head of Marketing. However, the onboarding process fell just as the country descended into lockdown. So, we got a little insight from Marcella on how she approached the virtual onboarding process with her new hire.
Many of us are finding ourselves working from home or in a remote setting due to the current circumstances. While it is a different style of working, it is very possible to be a successful leader in this environment. Here's how.
Whilst intelligence, personal attributes, commercial ability and the ability to create innovative strategies are key, crafting a career management strategy helps give your career direction and outlines the steps on how you will get to where you want to.