Set up an office at home

Setting up your home office for safe and efficient working

 

The option to work from home continues to gain in importance as part of a modern workforce. To ensure that you can work efficiently and securely from home, certain precautions should be considered. Generally, employees are free to design their home office spaces as they wish....

 

Ergonomic workspace

Ergonomic workstation for healthy working

 

An ergonomic workspace is an important pillar of the healthy work life. But many people are missing the know-how to create a more ergonomic environment. Illness, discomfort, and a lack of motivation can be the consequence. And yet, an ergonomically-designed workstation is easy to...

 

Setting up an online store: The basics

E-commerce: the basics

 

If you’re planning to set up an online store, you have a lot to consider. Amongst other things, your checklist will include applying for a business license, developing a concept, and calculating your finances. But don’t despair! A host of e-commerce programs and optimisation...

 

Exercise in the office

Exercise at work can help reduce stress and prevent illness

 

Sitting for hours on end is not beneficial to mind and body. So, what can you do if you have to work every day as an office worker, where for most of your job you must sit? Exercising at work can help! It is wholly possible to integrate exercise in the office into your routine...

 

Curriculum vitae template

Curriculum vitae: Template and tips

 

On average, HR spend four minutes on each application. That’s why you should make sure your curriculum vitae is setup in such a way that it’s easily skimmable – the best way to do this is with a tabular CV, which covers all your bases. With our free CV template, we’ll show you...

 

E-recruiting

E-recruiting: Applicant tracking systems for better applicant management

 

Whether it’s in the field of mobile or social media, various methods can help bring applicant management into the digital age. E-recruiting can help make it easier for you to find better candidates, strengthen your employer brand, and free up your HR department. This saves money...

 

G Suite vs. Office 365

Comparing G Suite to Microsoft 365

 

Which is better, G suite or Microsoft 365? Both providers offer users a cloud platform with business-ready office and collaboration tools. The pricing is also in a similar ballpark. Entrepreneurs who want to centralise operational work processes with cloud-based applications are...

 

Insolvency – a pathway out of debt

Insolvency has a bad reputation. It stands for a lack of funds and high debts. However, people often forget that insolvency proceedings don’t necessarily spell the end of a company. Insolvency administrators can help settle outstanding liabilities and help people keep their jobs.

Crisis communication plan: every company needs one

Good crisis communication is important for any type of business because brands can damage their reputation in the long-term by using bad communication. Find out more about the process of establishing a crisis communication plan and the three phases the plan should cover. This article provides valuable tips to implement a crisis communication plan for each of the three phases using

Crisis management plan: structure and content

For many companies, a crisis management plan is at least as important as a solid business plan. It ensures that corporate governance is maintained during critical times and a business can respond to an existential threat more efficiently. But how do you create a crisis management plan and what else do you need to know? Find out in this article.

Crisis management: here’s how to manage a crisis

Crises or emergencies can affect any company. However, a well thought-out crisis management plan helps your company get back on track. To safely navigate through tough times, a company needs a competent crisis team which can examine the reasons, make decisions, and coordinate the right steps to take.

Short-time working: the most important facts for employers and employees

When businesses face a shortage of work for their staff, they can cut the hours of staff members, which is referred to as short-time working. As an employee, this means that you would be working fewer hours at a reduced pay. To replace partially lost wages, employers are legally required to pay statutory guarantee pay. Employees can also apply for Universal Credit or jobseeker’s allowance. Here’s...

Furlough and temporary leave: what’s allowed and when

Employees are generally given a certain number of days off which they are free to use as they please. However, sometimes due to workplace emergencies, employers have no choice but to put their employees on temporary leave. Find out what the conditions for furlough are, what it is, and why the term has come into use in the UK.

Setting up a charity: here’s how to start

Finding trustees, legal structure, governing documents: The jargon around starting a charity can sometimes be overwhelming. In this guide, we’ll look at how to set up a charity, and why it could be one of the most rewarding things you could do, but potentially also one of the most time-consuming.

Ergonomic workstation for healthy working

An ergonomic workspace is an important pillar of the healthy work life. But many people are missing the know-how to create a more ergonomic environment. Illness, discomfort, and a lack of motivation can be the consequence. And yet, an ergonomically-designed workstation is easy to put into practice. We’ll show you the top tips for more ergonomic working.

What is a charitable organisation? Definition and types

When starting a business that aims to educate people or help them with religious guidance, the appropriate form for your business may be a charity. Charitable organisations are types of businesses that have a clear aim, and that are funded publicly. This article explains what a charity is and what differentiates it from other types of businesses.

Crisis communication: the right way to deal with critical situations

What is crisis communication? Many companies make the mistake of remaining silent during a crisis. Instead of addressing issues head-on, they are swept under the carpet – creating a perfect breeding ground for rumours that have the potential to damage a company’s reputation further. Businesses that don’t react well and initiate good crisis communication can damage their image long-term.


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