August 19, 2020

    Post Coronavirus Offices

    The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has changed many aspects of the current workplace, and soon, employers should begin planning for what their post-coronavirus office will look like. Previously, social distancing and COVID-19-related best practices hadn’t been a topic on the mind of most employers or employees. By updating office layouts, encouraging new behaviours and expanding […]

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    April 2, 2020

    COVID-19: Keeping the Children Entertained

    In these unprecedented times with the closure of the schools and a lot of us working from home we thought it might help to have a round-up of various websites and information that might give you and the children a break from things. Just as with home working, the advice is that you need to […]

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    January 7, 2020

    Reap the lasting benefits of Dry January

    During festive season, it’s common for your alcohol intake to increase due to frequent social events and celebrations. However, after the plethora of parties has passed, it’s important to reassess your drinking habits to keep your health on track in the New Year. That’s why Alcohol Change UK promotes ‘Dry January’ as a month-long public […]

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    August 28, 2019

    Common risks for commercial drivers

    Because many people drive every single day, they tend to forget how dangerous it really is. But just because people are accustomed to driving does not mean they are safe while doing so. For commercial drivers especially, driving involves regularly travelling at high speeds on congested motorways. Many drivers make the mistake of believing they […]

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    July 18, 2019

    Theft against businesses is on the rise

    Theft is a serious concern for any organisation, regardless of size or industry. What’s more, recent research revealed that theft against businesses is on the rise. In fact, the Crime Survey for England and Wales discovered an 8 per cent increase in theft offences between 2017 and 2018—totalling over 3.5 million reported cases over the […]

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