Wellbeing among millennials across the UK workforce has fallen since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite increased support from employers.Culture Wellbeing
With all of the UK now under stringent pandemic-related restrictions, it is unclear what the unintended consequences of lockdown and measures implemented to stop the spread of the COVID–19 virus will be.
Though the prime minister’s COVID-19 Winter Plan will mean the requirement to stay at home will be lifted from 2 December, a return to the tiered system, travel restrictions, and advice to continue working from home until April 2021 creates a mixed picture to what leaving the second lockdown means for businesses across England.
Resilience is the ability to recover from a series of difficulties, setbacks, or defeats and to quickly return to a high level of performance. It is not a single entity. Rather resilience is a combination of four elements that interact to produce the ‘Resilience Effect’.
Staff need on average three days a week (2.91) in the office to achieve maximum productivity, according to a new study by construction services company ISG.
More than half (52%) of UK employees have said that the boundaries between their work and home life are becoming increasingly blurred due to working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Derby County Community Trust’s Team Talk project, which aims to tackle the stigma associated with men’s mental health, has benefited almost all those who have attended it.
With a second lockdown in the UK and the return of work from home where you can advice, it’s clear that we’re now seeing long-term change when it comes to remote and flexible working.
Additional stresses and responsibilities outside of managers’ day-to-day roles has made middle management more challenging in the UK’s second lockdown.