Social interactions are being limited by the increased frequency of remote working. However, building social connections among your team is still possible online.
Whether you are on furlough, self-isolating, or unemployed, there is always something you can do to upskill yourself while you are not actively working.
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It’s always been possible to claim tax relief for remote working expenses – including your electricity and heating bills – but only if you’re not working from home by choice. Due to the lockdown, t...
With most of the UK workforce working from home, onboarding new employees has changed dramatically. Starting a new job means meeting everyone online and the elimination of the workplace structure.
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With everyone working from home during the coronavirus lockdown, the issue of mental health has never been more important.
With the coronavirus lockdown continuing for at least a few more weeks, face-to-face meetings remain impossible for those working from home.
Video interviewing is the next best thing to an in-person interview, as it preserves the visual element of meeting a candidate.
With most interviewers working from home for the foreseeable future, you are likely to be invited to a video interview, rather than face-to-face.