Working from Home

The most recent government guidance is for everyone to work at home if possible.  For many of us, working at home is a familiar and perhaps welcome experience, but to others it may be a new or challenging situation, causing many questions, practical hurdles and anxieties.  

We have searched the internet for online resources that you may find useful when adapting to your new work life, covering topics such as how to use video conferencing effectively, mental wellbeing and working at home, work at home with a family/ small children, lead teams remotely, and employment practices and rights. 

The University of Roehampton shares their Top 10 Tips for Remote Working on the attached Zoom presentation.

BBC Article on how to work from home in a pandemic – properly…

An article in The Guardian on how to use videoconferencing…

An article by Forbes on how to effectively lead teams when working remotely…

An article by LinkedIn on leading a remote team/workforce during the CV outbreak … and beyond!

Working from home as a parent/carer of children, an article by Mumsnet.

More tips for those of us who are working from home, from local office space organisation Wimbletech.

Most of us have heard of and/or used web-based conferencing tools such as Zoom and Skype.  Click the link below for a summary overview of the ’10 best free web video conferencing and screenshare apps of 2020′ including Zoom, Skype and others…

The CIPD have an excellent FAQ page on their website with information for employers & employees…

Practical Safety Guide on Remote Working including Mental Wellbeing for Employers & Businesses:

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