Thank Our Keyworkers is a wonderful and generous initiative we’re supporting from NeeNoo, the baby product comparison site. The NHS and our nation’s keyworkers selflessly put themselves on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19 day in day out. NeeNoo’s founder, Amisha Mody, wants to celebrate these amazing people, and give us all the chance to say a huge, heartfelt
As we all get ready to #clapforcarers and show our support for the NHS once more, we wanted to shine a light on a brilliant community initiative. And the individual behind it. Red Green Cards is something we’re involved with and we’ve spoken about previously. We printed free of charge 100k of the red and green cards that give the initiative
Covid-19 has arguably had the single, most significant impact on business and the economy in centuries. And whilst the gloomy downturn in fortunes is seen globally in projected GDP figures, those overall forecasts are the sum of many parts. They can’t help us understand the tangible ways in which Covid-19 will continue to impact on how we recover. To understand
If, like a great many people, you’re someone who’s had to adjust to a new remote working reality over the last few weeks, you’ll have seen lots of ‘work from home tips’ articles and posts. Everything has felt very ‘new’. You’ve had to try and figure out when to work, where to work, how to create boundaries between work life
As well as looking at what you can do to make working from home easier, it's vital to look after your mental health. Even with support and tips on how to work from home, the current situation may still cause you to feel anxious, stressed, worried, sad, bored, lonely or frustrated. It’s OK to feel this way. You’re an individual
Red Green Cards is a wonderful community spirited initiative in these unprecedented and concerning times that we recently became aware of. And instantly wanted to get involved with. The vulnerable and elderly are integral to our communities. Yet it’s clear right now they face greater threat to their health and are at a higher risk that the rest of us.