The government guidelines at the moment are incredibly difficult to navigate; “Only go out for food, health reasons or work “(if you cannot work from home). The government has not asked all businesses to shut and even state that it is important for business to carry on. How do we get the staff back to work?
Implementing home working or as it is also referred to, ‘agile working’ is not as easy as just getting on with it.
We are collating and updating this FAQ to ensure you are fully up to date and able to manage your staff accordingly. Last updated 12th May 2020
A very popular workshop that gives small businesses and those that are thinking about employing staff.
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