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Call for communities to work together and help prevent spread of Covid-19

A rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 in parts of Leeds has prompted a call for communities to work together to help keep the city safe and prevent the virus spreading. The latest data and monitoring has enabled the Leeds Outbreak Control Board to quickly identify clusters of

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Nominations are now open for The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service The amount of work volunteer groups do across Calderdale on a day to day basis is astounding. When you add in the work they have done to help us recover from the floods and the outstanding work that they

A day in the life of Town Hall Dental

Rachel Dilley, practice and business development manager. With the current coronavirus pandemic, many businesses are having to adapt their practices and policies to cope with a workload that changes day by day. Here, Practice Manager of award-winning private dental practice, Town Hall Dental, talks us through a day in the

Wakefield Hospice reflects on its story so far in limited edition book ’30 Years’

Today marks 30 years since Wakefield hospice began its journey of providing specialist care for those with life-limiting conditions. In celebration of this land-mark anniversary, the hospice has released a limited-edition book. ’30 Years’ provides a visual retrospective of the people who have made an exemplary contribution to the hospice

How to adhere to Health and Safety Policies for staff working from home

Jenny Kilburn - Founder and Managing Director of Synergos Consultancy Ltd. The current coronavirus crisis has led to calls for employees, where possible, to work from home. For many, this presents little in the way of change but for thousands of works used to the daily commute and working from

Coronavirus update from Thrive Law

Update – 27 March 2020 The Government has announced some further changes to their Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Any organisation with employees can apply, including charities, recruitment agencies and public authorities; however, the government does not expect public sector employers to use it as long as central government continues funding wage

Advice for employers regarding employees working from home

Charlotte Armitage BSc (Hons), PG Cert, MBPsS, PPABP, FRSA Accredited Business Psychologist, YAFTA Consultancy The COVID-19 outbreak has already created the most significant level of disruption and havoc to our society than most of those who are still alive have seen in their lifetimes. Within a matter of weeks, the
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