Covid 19 Resources

The Government has issued further guidance this week for people who work in or run offices, contact centres and similar indoor environments so, if you or your team are planning to return to a shared workspace click here for everything you need to consider to stay safe. Alternatively, here are 7 further guides covering a range of different types of work. As many businesses operate more than one type of workplace, you may need to use more than one of these guides as you think through what you need to do to keep people safe.

In addition, Compliance Standard Group believe the best way to get business back on track during the COVID-19 crisis is to carry out a suitable and sufficient Risk Assessment of all its people activities.  Many things will need to be considered before allowing employees to return safely so they are sharing 3 free documents to assist business owners with their planning. You can download them here.


Most of us are now working from home and one of our top priorities is to remain #cybersafe. Are your devices and connections safe? Here are some things you should consider. Furthermore, here are 3 tips to keeping your staff and data secure during #lockdown. In addition, do you know how healthy your #internet connection is? Ofcom have shared some great advice, so maybe it's time to check.

There’s a lot of news coverage at the moment about scams, which are getting more and more sophisticated, particularly when it comes to targeting you online and through mobile devices. In this guide from The Money Advice Service it looks at how you can recognise a scam, protect ourselves and what to do if you’re a victim or have been targeted.


Over the past 20 years we’ve enjoyed the wonderful loyal support of our candidates and clients. We know at the moment it’s tough out there and we want you to know that we’re here for you.

We think it’s fair to say that none of us have ever lived through such uncertain times. The Coronavirus outbreak has caused global uncertainty, panic and anxiety. But there are positives out there too. Lots of acts of kindness, generosity and community spirit.

Over the coming days and weeks we will be sharing with you news, tips, advice and links to useful organisations. We are available to answer any question you may have, just call us on 01566 776888 or email [email protected]


There’s good news out there with organisations still recruiting and with interviews being held using video software such as Zoom or Skype. Whether you’re a video-interviewing veteran or a virtual novice, many of the same approaches and considerations that you bring to face to face interviews will help you online. If you’re the interviewer, here are 7 tips for conducting a seamless job interview online.

If you’re the one being interviewed, practice your interview techniques with a virtual job interview. Choose from five different kinds of interview, from first job to career changes, and rehearse your answers to the kind of questions you can expect whatever job you're going for. You’ll get top interview tips next to the model answers. In addition, if using a webcam on a desktop or laptop computer, this tool allows you to record and play back your own answers to see how you come across and where you could improve. 


Help the NHS respond to coronavirus by using the quick NHS coronavirus status checker to tell them about your current experience of the virus. This will help them plan the response to coronavirus by showing where the virus is spreading and how it affects people.

The outstanding work and selfless actions of NHS staff, supermarket workers and our emergency services is something we all respect. If you’re feeling anxious then the NHS have shared their expert advice to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.


The Recruitment Employment Confederation has a very good Covid – 19 hub with a lot of useful information for companies, employees and contractors. https://www.rec.uk.com/news-and-policy/coronavirus-covid-19-hub

If you’ve not seen it yet, the government website has pages dedicated to advice, support and up-to-date news on COVID-19 with the latest press conference and changes to legislation. You can sign up to receive emails on the latest updates too.

So, working from home is the new normal, have you mastered it yet? Here are 5 tips from BBC News if you need help.

There are so many things to think about now that most of us are working remotely plus many of us are home schooling too. One of the most important aspects is cybersecurity. Here’s an article that outlines the areas to consider to keep your family cyber safe.

Most of us are now working from home and one of our top priorities is to remain #cybersafe. Are your devices and connections safe? Here are some things you should consider. Furthermore, here are 3 tips to keeping your staff and data secure during #lockdown. In addition, do you know how healthy your #internet connection is? Ofcom have shared some great advice, so maybe it's time to check.

There’s a lot of news coverage at the moment about scams, which are getting more and more sophisticated, particularly when it comes to targeting you online and through mobile devices. In this guide from The Money Advice Service it looks at how you can recognise a scam, protect ourselves and what to do if you’re a victim or have been targeted.

 

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