Your "comfort zone" is called that for a reason: It is comfortable and safe. In truth, comfort zones are not really about comfort, they are about fear. If you refrain from taking the jump outside your comfort zone you're likely missing out on professional opportunities, life experiences, and personal growth.
Many of our work lives have changed since the start of Covid-19. Working remotely has now become the new normal however this new and sudden change can create a knock-on effect to our mental health.
During challenging times such as the Coronavirus pandemic, it's important to focus on the culture of your employees and the atmosphere surrounding them. We understand that times are changing and for a lot of companies, protecting the culture of their employees must be a priority.
The world as we know it is changing, and that means that the way we work and hire is also changing, meaning we are learning to adapt to these changes. But what practices should we use when the decision is made to hire someone new? What steps should you put in place? How do we speak to them without meeting in person? Can it be done? The answer is, yes!
National Manufacturing Day is held annually on the first Friday in October with events that continue throughout the month. The aim of the celebration is to inspire young people to pursue careers in the manufacturing industry whilst educating the public on the importance of the role manufacturers play in our daily lives. This year National Manufacturing Day is particularly important with manufacturing being at the heart of some of the most impactful work being done in response to the pandemic.
Here at Busy Bee Recruitment we understand the importance of keeping everything in order both at home and at work, so we have added our own survival tips to help you with the juggling act of being a working from home parent: