Civil Society

We must not lose out to pandemic fatigue

Dreich day, melancholic mood. Today has not been ok; and time, it seems, is not necessarily a good healer. At least not when it comes to this pandemic.  As infection levels rise; and restrictions are tightened, it’s little surprise many of us are fed up, including myself. Indeed, in a weary population, pandemic fatigue is… Continue reading We must not lose out to pandemic fatigue

Civil Society, Politics

A clear message must also give context and hope

The clouds are darkening as I write, but its not just the weather that looks bad. The recent growth in Coronavirus COVID-19 infections is worrying on pretty much every level. Although we should be better informed and better placed to tackle the latest spread, the UK government appears to be changing its messaging at an… Continue reading A clear message must also give context and hope

News, Training

Preparing to move out of lockdown

With lockdown restrictions being eased, more organisations are looking at a return to the workplace. But any such return must be properly managed; and your staff and volunteers need to be properly consulted. Indeed, to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there are a range of factors to consider, including physical distancing, personal hygiene and cleaning… Continue reading Preparing to move out of lockdown

Employment Relations, Leadership & Management

Don’t take your home workers for granted

Some have been doing it for years, but Covid-19 has led to a big increase in the number of people working from home. What’s more, in many organisations it is proving popular, as staff and their senior management recognise the various benefits. But while the pandemic has driven the increase in home working, are the… Continue reading Don’t take your home workers for granted