Traditional business methods, such as networking, word of mouth and visiting clients, have been rocked as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This will have left many brokers asking the question – where will new business come from?
High Street - High Footfall?
With high streets beginning to reopen following months of lockdown, many brokers will be either preparing to reopen or readying themselves for an increase in footfall. What are the practical considerations surrounding the return to high street trading?
Balancing Data Protection with Covid-19 Workplace Safety
The ICO has issued guidance in relation to the collection of additional personal information as part of the process of providing a safe environment for staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. Amy Foster explains what this means for employers.
Worried about Returning to Work?
As the coronavirus lockdown is gradually lifted, many workplaces are beginning to re-open. Jessica Capper looks at some of the worries staff may be experiencing – and what employers can do to reassure them and ensure a safe return to the office.
Get an Advantage, Get a Purpose
John Miller draws on his personal experience as a runner to explain why having a defined purpose is so important to succeeding in business.
Videoconferencing Etiquette – What’s acceptable?
Videoconferencing has become the norm during the coronavirus pandemic – and with it a new etiquette is emerging. What should we think about when presenting ourselves positively in a virtual meeting?
Business Continuity Planning: Things to Think About
The coronavirus pandemic has tested nearly all businesses on their ability to deal with the unexpected. Failure to be prepared can prove devastating to a business, which is why business continuity planning is so important.
The Hidden Dangers of Working from Home
What are the hidden dangers of working from home? Neil Templar looks at some tips on how we can work safely from home.
Adapting How We Work Is Inevitable
A consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is that we must adapt how we work, but will this result in the big changes that some are predicting? Tom Wood explores some of the overlooked challenges the crisis has presented.