Over 4 million UK employees believe their mental health has also been ignored by their manager while working remotely during the pandemic
Lack of mental health support, poor leadership, communication issues, and micromanagement revealed as the top issues employees have faced over the past year
Office Furniture Online offer expert tips on how to look after your staff's mental health
2020 saw the majority of UK office workers working from home full time. And now, 43 of the UK’s biggest employers have said that they have no plans to bring their staff back full time so it looks like remote working, at least in part, is here to stay.
#RewirEdSummit - Dr Tariq Al Gurg, CEO @DubaiCares, joins this @FENews podcast episode to discuss RewirEd; a Dubai Care's led initiative in partnership with Expo 2020 Dubai and in close coordination with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC), delivered in partnership with global stakeholders.
@nationalgriduk research shows the UK needs 400,000 jobs to achieve net zero by 2050. A career tackling climate change is the second most popular choice for 18-24-year-olds. The sector must harness young talent to build the workforce we need
Nursing academics from Northumbria University (@NorthumbriaUni) have been delivering Covid-19 vaccinations to priority patients, as part of the University’s continued efforts to support the frontline response to the pandemic.
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