Given that half of the UK workforce returned to the workplace in the last week of August – the highest number since the lockdown measures were introduced in March – it would seem that the majority of employers are keen resume business as usual. This is stark contrast to the widespread opinion that home working was our future reality. But what who wants to return to work? why? and which sectors are returning first? We look at the stats, the opinions and the scientific reasoning behind the subject of returning to the workplace.
The advice for working from home vs. office has changed again due to the COVID-19 pandemic – work from your home office if you can
Thanks to The South East Business Boost Essex, Kent, and East Sussex small and medium sized businesses can apply for office refurbishment growth grants up to £10,000.
Converting an industrial unit to office space could potentially give you more bang for your buck. We’ve carried out some basic research into commercial property prices* in Kent to demonstrate the cost savings and further benefits.
Based on Government guidelines (Working safely during COVID-19 in offices and contact centres) and your COVID-19 risk assessment the following safety measures will need to be in place before staff return to the office
The South East Business Boost could save businesses up to £10,000 on their office refurbishment in Kent, East Sussex and Essex.
In this article we look at some of the school and workplace COVID-19 measures you should put in place to enable staff, teachers and pupils to return safely
A design and build company manages both the design and build of an office fit out in a single contract which is streamlined and more efficiently and effectively managed
When it comes to the design and build of office refurbishments in Kent and London JBH Refurbishments have a reputation for delivering office spaces that work
In this article we look at tips for Kent and London workers in how to stay productive when working from home from setting a routine, the right location, banning distractions and taking breaks