These are strange times indeed. As we settle into a very different way of working over the next few months with many of us having to balance looking after children, home schooling and working from home, businesses are having to adapt quickly to remote working and being more flexible with work hours.
As working from home becomes the new normal for office workers UK-wide, virtual meetings are quickly becoming an essential way to communicate with customers and staff.
In order to equip staff to deal with workplace stress, high anxiety and overwhelm, it is crucial they are aware of how burnout can happen and the signs to look out for.
Businesses must secure their corporate data as it moves beyond the confines of the office walls. This has to be done quickly.
By Neil Hammerton, CEO and co-founder of Natterbox The “work from anywhere” concept was set to become a reality for many organisations over the next decade, but due to the current global health crisis, the speed in which businesses roll out virtual offices has had to increase significantly.
Will the shift to home-working created by the virus crisis create a permanent shift, and if so, what will that mean for business?