Having just received the latest UK Report on Jobs from KPMG and the REC, which provides a comprehensive guide to the UK employment market, we were very encouraged to see
It is undeniable that 2020 didn’t turn out to be the year we were all hoping it would be. However, despite the horrors of the global pandemic that has had a huge impact on so many people’s lives, we thought we would look back on the year with a Guernsey perspective on events, counting our blessings to have been on our island home.
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Our MD, Melissa, has been volunteering at the Polling Stations this week, supporting the election and the local community.
Having just received the latest UK Report on Jobs from KPMG and the REC, we’re encouraged to see:
When the coronavirus descended upon us in March 2020, the future was certainly unclear. There was an echo of shock and fear around the Island on that dreaded day when businesses were told that they were no longer permitted to operate as normal, which for many meant setting up their staff to work from home. The fact that so many businesses were able to introduce working from home so successfully has made them consider if working from home going forward isn’t something that can be introduced in the longer term
With Guernsey almost at the 100th day of no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and with staff being back into the office environment for 2 months or so, it almost feels like lockdown and home working is a distant memory. However in fact it was only 8 weeks ago we were all complying to lockdown rules and queuing at the supermarkets!