Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Apr 8, 2020 | By Paul Miller
In the crisis in which we have all become embroiled, I’ve noticed similarities between some of the issues being faced by those dealing with Covid-19 and those likely to be faced by those offering informed analysis of it. Because, if ever there was a time for informed analysis, comment and advice, this is it. And there is a thirst for it. The charts and numbers are all very well but for most of us, a graph is an alien drawing. We need words to interpret them.
Oct 7, 2019 | By Rebecca Veitch
Flexible working is a hot topic these days with many businesses trying to shoehorn flexible working into their company culture. With varying degrees of success. We know our team is made up of people who have families, responsibilities and, most importantly, lives outside of work. This is why we have always had a flexible approach to our working week. According to the IWG Global Workspace Survey, 73% of UK workers see flexible working as the new normal.
Jul 11, 2019 | By Rebecca Veitch
11th July 2019 marks 30 years of observing World Population Day and this got us thinking about how much the world has changed and is still changing. Our population is growing, that isn’t a secret, and the world only has so much space. Our planet is already feeling the pressure from its current population of around 7.6 billion and current projections indicate that we’ll have added close to 1 billion more by 2030.