Settle Into a New Way of Working With Remote Team Building

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Making The Most of Working From Home It’s worth investing in remote team building if working from home is set to become your new normal. Working from home has become the new normal for people all across the UK. If you and your team are set to be working from home for some time yet, how can you settle into this new way of working? With remote team building, of course! Here’s what you need to know. A new way…

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A Beginner’s Guide to SMSTS Training

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Everything You Need to Know Chances are you have heard of SMSTS training – but what exactly does it involve? Working as a manager or supervisor on a construction site involves a great deal of responsibility. It’s really important to stay on top of all the current health and safety guidelines – which is where SMSTS training comes in. If you’ve never heard it, don’t worry. Here you’ll find out everything that you need to know, including where to find the…

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Is SMSTS Training Right for Me?

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Everything You Need to Know Have you been wondering whether you should undertake SMSTS training? Then read on for everything that you need to know. Whether you are a site manager or a surveyor, you need to be sure that you have all the training you need to carry out your role safely – not just for your own welfare, but the team you are in charge of. Here we’ll talk about a SMSTS course, helping you to decide if…

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Protecting School Premises During The Lockdown

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String Of Attacks On UK Schools During Pandemic As UK schools are under attack during the quarantine, make sure that the assets in your school are fully protected during this challenging time. UK schools closed their doors to all but the children of keyworkers on 20th March, 2020. When the government broke news of this Draconian measure as a response to the coronavirus pandemic, the emphasis was on the safety and wellbeing of schoolchildren and those that they come into contact…

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5 Top Remote Working Jobs During Covid-19 Pandemic

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Telecommuting Work Suitable For Lockdown Some jobs are perfect for working right through the lockdown period. If you’re struggling to find work, or wish to expand your options, check out these jobs. The remote job market has been transformed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Even though telecommuting was on the rise, the quarantine has forced countless companies to adopt working from home as a strategy for the majority of their workforce. It’s likely that the pandemic could permanently…

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Do You Understand Your Health and Safety Responsibilities As A Landlord?

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Ensure The Health and Wellbeing Of Your Occupants Private landlords should follow strict health and safety regulations with regards to fire, gas, electricity, legionella and asbestos safety. There are more than 2.5 million private landlords in the UK, with around 2.2 million with properties in England according to the Office for National Statistics. Offering private rental accommodation can be a lucrative investment opportunity, bringing in significant income each month particularly for those landlords who have built up a portfolio of…

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How to be a great project manager

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7 steps for successful project management Project management isn’t always easy, but with good planning and clear communication you can deliver a successful project that achieves its goals. Good project management is critical to the success of many businesses – but the role of project manager is not always a straightforward one. With so many elements to manage, it can be all too easy to take your eye off the ball, often to the detriment of the project outcome. However,…

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How to Start a Car Detailing Business

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A Good Detailer Will Always Have Good Business Car detailing is big business. Do it well, and you will soon have a loyal community of customers. It’s 20 years since Shania Twain topped the charts with That Don’t Impress Me Much, but there is one line from the song that is still guaranteed to causes a wry smile. I can’t believe you kiss your car goodnight, come on, baby, tell me, you must be joking, right? We’ve all known someone…

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