Supporting employees has always been important. Right now, though, it’s more important than ever. Many people are struggling with the effects lockdown has had on their personal and work lives. It’s made a lot of us realise just how important having a routine can be.
Over the last few weeks, the government has lifted restrictions allowing some people to return to work. However, to abide by new social distancing rules and protect employees, businesses need to adapt to the new normal that so many of us have already been implementing in our personal lives.
But what does this look like? What can businesses do to protect their employees?
Also Known as Working from Home with Kids During a Global Crisis
This is a guest post by the wife of our MD.
When lockdown was first announced and you realised you’d be working from home and educating your child/children, what was your vision? I had an ethereal image of baking cookies; educational arts and crafts; calm and quiet storytime. All of this wholesome, quality learning would then be followed by amazing professional productivity on my part. In other words, I’d be effortlessly spinning all of the plates in my life.