Businesses in all sectors have been impacted by the coronavirus lockdown, with most of the UK workforce working remotely. Now, as the lockdown starts to ease, it’s time to think about returning to the offices we’ve been away from for months.
COVID-19 has flipped the labour market and university leavers are facing the toughest economic landscape since the banking crisis of 2007 - it's more important now than ever to nurture newly graduated talent.
With government lockdown slowly lifting, businesses need to ensure they are preparing for welcoming the workforce back into the workplace as safely as possible.
Until the pandemic, social care was often seen as the ‘poor relation’ to other public services, it certainly didn’t get the recognition it deserves - but are things set to change post-lockdown?
With the impact of COVID-19 set to affect both employers and employees for some time to come, we identify the top soft skills to nurture not only in your workforces, but in yourself also.
Cast your mind back to those halcyon days in February, when everyone was able to travel to offices around the country - would you have imagined the scale of the changes which have taken place? We explore whether whether remote working will become a permanent change in our working lives.
Learn about how children’s social care is readying itself for moving out of lockdown and the key trends we have seen since COVID-19 hit.
The world has changed. Of that we can be in no doubt. COVID-19 has unleashed a Pandora’s box of challenges across every aspect of our lives. This includes the world of work - join us as we explore these in the coming weeks and months.
Businesses are having to adapt to the new and unique challenges caused by COVID-19. Recruiters, both in-house and agency, are having to react on-the-fly to these challenges, often by harnessing available technology.
The spread of the coronavirus has changed working patterns in the UK and has pushed organisations to put flexible working into practice, not just into job descriptions - but will the UK lockdown lead to permanent change?
As the Consultancy+ business has grown over recent years I have seen all manner of different challenges presented to us by clients.