Freshfield Training Associates
Joined on September 17, 2019
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With the UK entering its third week of lockdown, the majority of the workforce continue to work from home. However, there still remains numerous challenges with this almost-overnight switch to remote working. Read more👇

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Apprentices who have been furloughed are allowed to continue their training as long as it does not provide a service or generate revenue for their employer, the government has confirmed. Read more👇

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Job site Glassdoor has published data showing the impact of coronavirus on the jobs market with the final week in March showing a 14% fall in job postings compared with the week before. Read more👇

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With so much focus on furlough and emergency support for struggling employers during coronavirus crisis, what about those organisations that are now faced with unprecedented demand for goods,services, such as supermarkets,smaller essential businesses? 👇

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Generally classified as those born between mid 1990’s, early 2010’s, older members of generation have been entering workplace over past 5 years. With millions of ageing baby boomers set to retire the next decade, Gen-Z individuals need to be identified👇

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Apprenticeships are our best chance to create real opportunity for young people from all walks of life. We have a responsibility to broaden the perspectives of young people, so that they feel empowered to take the path that is best suited to them👇

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It’s funny how all the stuff we read online over the last few years about how to be and behave at work suddenly contradicts all the guff about how to be effective while working from home over the last few weeks. Read more👇

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Essex-based insurance company loveit coverit have conducted a survey of over 300 workers, examining their use of smartphones at work and their overall work-life balance. Read more👇

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No more than 15 percent of healthy workers confined to their homes will work productively, argues new research from right leaning think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs. Learn more👇

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The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has announced that it is setting up a task force to reduce the enormous health burden from COVID-19 and other respiratory infections. Read more👇

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Companies have been forced to scale down entry-level recruitment programmes as they make business adjustments due to the coronavirus, according to the Institute of Student Employers. Learn more👇

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As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to grip the UK, technology has had a dominant role in enabling thousands of organisations to shift to a home working model in the past couple of weeks – almost overnight, in some cases. Read more👇

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Research of product popularity and customer click out data by product comparison service, PriceSpy, claims that home office tech purchases of desktops, tablets and laptops – surged by an average 46 percent as Brits prepared to work from home. Read more👇

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Whether it’s having to manage unprecedented levels of remote working or the fact that increasing numbers of tasks are being automated, line managers are undergoing a time of sweeping change. Cath Everett looks at how the role is likely to evolve. More👇

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New research from Globalization Partners Inc.,claims more than 90 percent of employees who work for global organisation describe companies as diverse. However, lack of understanding by organisations themselves around how to manage this growing disparate👇

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With schools potentially out for summer,practical challenges of managing a remote workforce and managers to deal with teams have just got more difficult.From dropped video calls to managing expectations around working at home,how can HR professionals cope?

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At the beginning of 2020 pay rises fell to their lowest level in more than a year, and now employers tell us that they expect settlements to remain subdued through the months ahead, finds the latest research from pay analysts XpertHR. Read more👇🏻

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The number of young workers leaving London is on the rise, with net migration away from the capital growing, claims new research from Totaljobs and Professor of Economics at Lancaster University, Geraint Johnes. Read more👇

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Nearly two thirds of employees said their most common feelings amidst coronavirus pandemic are anxiety, stress or distraction, with job security being the dominant reason for emotion, according to research from employee engagement survey experts, Inpulse👇

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On average, business and IT decision makers from UK organisations waste 27 percent of their time at work on valueless tasks claims research from Vanson Bourne, commissioned by Dropbox in a report called The State of Collaboration. Read more👇

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