As we approach another possible month of lockdown, it is clear that the novelty of remote working has worn very thin. Why has it become so difficult to keep a clear distance between the working and personal life?
What does Brexit Mean for Human Resources?
Katherine Watkins outlines the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on employment law.
Professional HR support to help your business run smoothly
RWA is pleased to announce the appointment of Katherine Watkins as our new Head of HR Consultancy. Katherine outlines the HR issues that face brokers and business leaders and how the RWA HR team can help.
Most Common Passwords of 2020: Is Yours on the List?
Many people use simple and easy-to-use passwords out of convenience. In doing so, you may be leaving yourself vulnerable to hackers and cybercriminals. What are the most commonly used passwords still in use, and how can you take steps to ensure yours does not become the next target?
Remote Regulatory Meetings
Most of us have had to adjust to virtual meetings during the Covid-19 pandemic but what extra steps and preparations should you take if you have an important meeting, such as one with the regulator?
Putting on a Brave Face – Leadership in the time of COVID-19
Imposter Syndrome is reportedly on the rise among business leaders. As the coronavirus pandemic continues on, many have found leading through the crisis to be the most challenging experience of their entire careers. Jess Capper explains the damaging effects and how it can be managed.
Social Anxiety – Understanding Phone Fears
Chloe Morris explores effective ways to overcome ‘telephone anxiety’ and how to make phone calls with confidence.
Are you being watched? Workplace Surveillance is on the Rise
With remote working ongoing for many companies, some employers are looking for ways to monitor performance from afar. But can surveillance tools signal a recipe for disaster? Jess Capper investigates how.
Should Video Calls be Recorded?
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a shift towards home working, meaning that videocalls are becoming a regular feature of our working lives. But should these calls be recorded, and what might be the implications of doing so?