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Open Access Government spoke to seven technology experts to get their advice on how organisations can effectively transition and manage a remote workforce.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated remote working to an unprecedented scale and has caused an influx of mental health concerns. Here, Sue Lingard, a director of Cezanne HR, highlights several steps that employers can take to build mental resilience among a remote workforce.
Antoni Bohdanowicz, Senior Customer Service Representative, shares his experience working for BP as an employee with Asperger's.
John Binns, partner at BCL Solicitors LLP and specialist in financial crime and money laundering, provides an interesting insight into money laundering during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis is forcing employers of all sizes across the UK economy to make drastic workforce changes, but with this comes considerable legal risk, as employment solicitor Paida Dube explains.
Esther Smith, employment partner at UK law firm TLT, discusses what obligations employers have whilst their staff work from home .
David Bradley, Chairman & Head of Employment at Ramsdens Solicitors, highlights what key considerations employers must take amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Claire Brook, Employment Law Partner at Aaron & Partners, provides an insight into working from home from an employment law perspective.
Charlie de Rusett, Founder and CEO from Idea Drop, enlightens us on the issue of idea management in the public sector when it comes to innovation in an organisation.
Nick Thompson, Director, ENGAGE, discusses why working remotely can be good for business during these uncertain times.
Nick Taylor, CEO and Co-Founder at Unmind, discusses how employers can tackle the stress and fear caused by Coronavirus, and how they can continue to support their employees’ mental health from afar.
Neil Hammerton, CEO and Co-founder of Natterbox, discusses how businesses can empower its remote workforce using tools to enable effective communication, particularly those operating in customer-facing roles.
Mark Walton, CEO of Sensee, discusses whether the Government's advice on homeworking goes far enough to support employers and employees in these unnerving times.
James Bell, Customer Experience and Production Director of Mitrefinch, discusses how employers can maximise efficiency during periods of mass remote working in the wake of coronavirus.
Here, Jonathan Moore of Webster Wheelchairs, discusses the benefits of creating a culture of access for employees with disabilities in the workplace.
While the big-names in business have been grabbing headlines when it comes to remote working following coronavirus, here Eacs explains that SMEs could be more vulnerable to an influx of staff working from home.
Mariann Hardey, associate professor of marketing at Durham University Business School, discusses how ‘self-isolation’ from the coronavirus could be a catalyst to making a much-needed change in the way in which we see remote working.
Following the celebration of International Women’s Day on 8th March, this year 12 female technology professionals shared their advice and perspectives as to how we can close the gender gap once and for all.
Sophie Barrett-Brown and Joshua Hopkins, Laura Devine Immigration, describe the effect of the new UK immigration rules on how people are actually migrating.
In recognition of International Women's Day, Suhail Hadouth, Content Executive at WMG, analyses the rise of female leaders in business.