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Live – Employer Actions Blog

Keep up to date with what actions employers are taking to tackle the Covid-19 crisis with People Management’s live commentary Monday 23 November 1.45pm Number of unemployed older workers increased by a third during lockdown, data suggests The number of unemployed people aged over 50 in the UK has increased by a third in the past year,[…]

Supporting your child during the coronavirus pandemic

Tips, advice and where to get support for your child’s mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, from It’s normal for your child to be finding things difficult during the pandemic, especially now we are in a second lockdown. While everyone’s experience is different, your child may be feeling: Worried or anxious about their[…]


We often think we are just who we are – born the way we are, and that’s just it. But what if we became more self-aware, learned to understand ourselves, and acknowledged how we automatically react to situations that may not be the most beneficial for ourselves. What if we could recognise and understand how[…]

Returning to the Workplace

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development have put together this guide to help employers effectively and safely manage a return to the workplace. As lockdown measures continue to ease, and more businesses in England look to reopen (different restrictions are in place in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), employers must plan how they can return to the workplace in a[…]

Coronavirus (COVID-19): What does a contact tracer do?

As we move to the next stage of our fight against coronavirus, the newly launched NHS Test and Trace service will help identify, contain and control coronavirus, reduce the spread of the virus and save lives. Thousands of new contact tracers have been enlisted to communicate with people who test positive for coronavirus. It’s vital that anyone[…]

Thriving No Matter What Life Throws At Us

Happiness comes. Happiness goes. Challenges come, and they go… The world we live in changes. Sometimes we like what’s happening. Sometimes we lament for the past. Sometimes we worry about the future. This is all a part of the human context – joy, suffering, change. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to truly accept reality, however it shows[…]

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