As new variants spread, COVID surveillance is returning, and the vaccination rollout has been increased. What exactly does all of that mean, and what should someone with COVID do? Here’s what you need to know. Infections are up ZOE Health Study predicts that more than 1 million people in the UK currently have symptomatic COVID.… Continue reading The response to COVID-19 intensifies as the number of infections increases: What’s going on, what’s the infection rate and should we be worried?
Make sure kids have a great time during their school holidays with these money-saving activity and holiday ideas that won’t break the bank. 1. Go on a picnic Children enjoy helping to prepare picnics, so don’t forget to carry a ball or Frisbee. you could also sit and make daisy chains. A wonderful approach to… Continue reading Ideas For The Six Weeks Holidays Without Spending A Fortune
Heatwaves are happening around the world, with the UK set for the hottest day of the year so far this weekend. And they are getting longer and hotter because of climate change. While enjoying the sunshine is pleasant, scorching temperatures can be fatal to younger and older people, pregnant women, and anyone that has a… Continue reading Top tips for keeping cool this weekend
At a time where retention of your team is so critical, we took the opportunity to chat to some of our longest serving team members to understand what has made them stay with our company as long as they have. With a collective 404 years’ service amongst our 64 colleagues speaks not just to longevity… Continue reading Get to know Paul Mallan – Managing Director
Did you know an average of 37.1% of women and 29.9% of men suffer with anxiety in the UK? This year for Mental Health Awareness Week 15th May-21st, the theme is anxiety. The week focuses on helping support those who feel anxious and stressed, giving advice on how to cope, and helping people share their… Continue reading How to manage stress and anxiety.
Today is national no smoking day What better time to kick the habit and start living your SmokeFree life! We interviewed our Credit Control Manager, Linden Turner, so he can talk about his experience on quitting smoking. Below are the answers he gave us based on his journey: Why did you quit? I had enough of… Continue reading National No Smoking Day
As a group, in 2022 we decided that we wanted to promote a healthier workforce. As we know, many people by mid-January, fallen off the wagon and ditched the new year’s resolutions already. To keep people motivated both physically and mentally, we decided to set a challenge to get people moving more across the month… Continue reading Our Fit February Challenge
Finding the best talent in the current job market is more challenging than ever. It can be tough to draw in potential candidates, and the truth of the matter is that a poor job advertisement may contribute to some of the difficulty. Are you interested in learning how to create a job advert that will… Continue reading How to write an effective job advert
Emergency patients across the UK are having to wait for the longest time in history for an ambulance. Patients with heart conditions and strokes on average are having to wait over an hour and a half before receiving help, when the response time for category two should be 18 minutes. Last month, more than half… Continue reading Ambulance response times worst on record
A non-profit organisation called Veganuary encourages people to try going vegan for 30 days in the month of January. Making the switch can be a challenge for people who regularly incorporate dairy and meat in their diet, but it could offer some health benefits. It might even change your body in certain ways. But how… Continue reading Tips for Veganuary