As the perfect storm of COVID, Brexit and global travel/shipping restrictions continues to challenge talent mobility in the UK, the need for ongoing communication, agile service delivery and alternative approaches increases.
The next in our series of navigating the pandemic from a professional perspective, we explore how to stay mentally healthy and socially connected during social isolation and the lack of human connection.
One of the most immediate and apparent impacts of the Coronavirus has been to the way we work. Companies worldwide that have the ability to do so have enacted alternative work policies to encourage social distancing, stop the spread of the virus and keep their talent safe.
The fluidity of the coronavirus news makes for an uncertain and stressful time for everyone. This is heightened further for parents as they manage their own wellness in addition to their family’s physical and mental health.
Our Global Practice Leader in our Advisory Services group, Laura Levenson, attended the Bay Area Mobility Management’s (BAMM) annual conference in San Francisco, CA to co-facilitate a future mobility workshop.
I experienced an earthquake in Miami and fortunately, nothing happened. The experience reminded all of us the need to be ready with best practices for natural disasters, not only for us personally, but also for our assignees and clients.