In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, small and large businesses around the world are struggling to stay afloat. Regardless of the industry, Covid-19 is putting pressure on every organisation. In these unprecedented times, it’s only natural to be extra cautious about making big decisions. However, companies must adapt to the new normal if they
Well done everybody! We’ve got through the adjustment to lockdown life, we are now very well acquainted with our bubbles, working in track pants and experiencing Zoom fatigue, and now have the green light to start returning to our ‘safer new normal’ at Level 2. Let’s remember how it was such a huge adjustment when
Having moved to New Zealand just over 4 years ago as a backpacker, I have very much been used to staying connected with friends and family through the means of Whatsapp, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. So, I am always tuned in to at least two countries’ day-to-day news and updates from my family and friends.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the coronavirus or Covid-19 a pandemic. The government of New Zealand is advising some basic measures to tackle the spread. This means workplaces should also gear-up to face this challenge and help prevent its spread. Here are some measures workplaces and employees can adopt to help tackle this
You must be familiar with the “Millenials” or Generation Y; they have been getting quite a bad rep for some time now. Following close on their heels is Generation Z, the group born between 1996 and 2012. Yes, many of these are still too young to be joining the workforce; however, the older Gen Zs