back to work
Parts of England have returned to work as the government eases lockdown measures for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic shut down the country. While those who can are being encouraged to work from home, some businesses are using this period to trial new office-working procedures. Jasleen Saran from Leicester works for Digital Ethos, a digital marketing agency doing just that. Here we see what her 9-5 job now looks like and the procedures being implemented that may soon be rolled out by other businesses across the country.
'For you today will feel so long, so here's a little something to keep you strong.'
Wait until you see headless coffee junkie.
Spoiler: Lots of coffee involved.
The Bank Holiday is over and everyone’s wondering how the hell it passed so quickly. As you reach for another bucket-load
9) Whyyyyyy? 6) Where’s MY coffee? 7) Where is my next coffee? 3) Whyyyyyyy? Everyone loves having an extra day off on the
My time was up, 365 long, exhausting and beautiful days had passed, it was time to resume duty, resurrect the old me. I decided that returning part-time would give me the best balance possible. Four days with baby, three days with normal people, no more time with the NCT massive! But which three days should I work? Well here's my science...
I guess what myself and my mummy tantrum are trying to say is that rather than being strong and brave through it all, wouldn't it sometimes be a refreshing relief to admit how hard all parenting decisions are and how we bloody dread having to make them?
Compared to previous programmes, the Work Programme is not helping more people into work or keeping them in work longer. As we move into more favourable economic conditions the WP should improve, but comparisons to previous programmes (that operated under unfavourable conditions) would then become invalid...
When youth unemployment is still rampant and both the government and the civil society are looking for solutions, I wanted to share my experience. Here are the five steps that I found to be critical in trying to curb youth unemployment:
There just aren't enough women with a wealth of life experience available to hire and there are many businesses out there lacking this demographic of strong, capable, 'life' savvy women who could add great value to their work-force.
Poundland was not enforcing slave labour via the Government's "back to work" scheme, but the UK's highest court has ruled
For years we have been told that society protects and has a duty to protect those unable to work due to sickness or disability as it is the right and the just thing to do. That tide has well and truly turned with the coalition at the helm of the controversial welfare reform drive...
The government's work programme, intended to help jobseekers back to work, is failing people with disabilities as well as
Poundland, who opened their 400th store in July, are thriving in the recession. Last November, however, the growing business took on a graduate for "unpaid menial work", as a judge at London's High Court declared.
Returning to the daily grind after a week of freedom and festive merriment is not easy at the best of times but add the misery
You can't wear that tie" said the one to whom I had pledged my better and my worse many years previously, as I tried to leave