How can charities ensure that they are maintaining good air quality in the workplace? The Chartered Institute of Building Services issues new guidance on how to reduce COVID-19 transmission by improving ventilation.
While the TUC and leading employers' groups criticise confused government advice about returning to the workplace, charities are having to negotiate vague guidelines about how to operate after July 19.
How are charities preparing for the return to the workplace? Join our roundtable discussion on 29 July 2021 to share solutions and challenges.
A survey of charity trustees finds smaller charities are much more likely to have halted all services due to COVID-19.
Downing Street has confirmed the Government is considering legislation that would offer a right to work from home to all employees after the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. A look at the debate.
How will charity facilities staff manage changes to the workplace? Sean Bridge, facilities manager at Business in the Community, says consultation will be key.
British Council for Offices calls for action to address poor building ventilation ahead of staff return to offices.
Charities and their facilities managers will need to note key dates in the government roadmap for reopening during 2021 and start planning for how their organisations will open for staff and volunteers.
The Charity Retail Association has written to the Chancellor asking him to introduce new measures to safeguard charity retailers, the wider charity sector and the high street.
Consultants will look at ways of ensuring accessible reopening with COVID-19 measures in place.