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How to avoid an HR nightmare this Halloween

It's the season of scary movies, costume parties and pumpkin carving. Whether you're into the holiday or not (we are! Except for scary movies, perhaps!), there's little you can do to escape it at this time of year. However, in the world of business; ghosts, ghouls and goblins aren't the only things that can cause [...]

Managing the return to work with covid restriction changes from July 19th

It feels like we've discussed this so many times over the past year; with multiple lockdowns, businesses closing and reopening, it's been hard to keep up. However, it seems like we're finally on track to 'normality' as the remaining restrictions are set to end (mostly) later this month. We've seen hospitality reopen successfully, and even [...]

Cotswold Company guest blog: Why hybrid working is the future

In March 2020, many workers were required to work from home full time due to the pandemic. Businesses scrambled to put in place effective remote working processes and tools and we became all too familiar with the phrase “You’re on mute!”. However, while this change seemed strange and new, pre-pandemic there was already a significant [...]

The Christmas Do in 2020: How are businesses celebrating?

It's the time of year when we're usually all preparing for the work’s Christmas do (or are recovering from it!). But sadly, this year, when we all need it more than ever, the usual celebrations aren't possible. The end-of-year do is more than just an excuse for a party: it's a way to show thanks [...]

Communicating with employees during COVID-19

This year has shown the importance of staying in touch with your remote employees, whether they're working from home or are on furlough. As we reach the end of the second lockdown in England, many have reached a point of fatigue with virtual communication. Along with potential technical difficulties, the novelty of video meetings could [...]

Business after redundancies: Coaching & Survivor Syndrome

Triple Three Solutions recognises that people are the most important part of any company. In our last blog, we discussed the delicate subject of redundancies during COVID-19. We looked at how change causes stress and the importance of compassion and communication. The redundancy process can be challenging for many and employers must remember that they [...]

Redundancies during COVID-19: Understanding change & stress

As the UK furlough scheme draws to a close, we will sadly see a rise in job losses and redundancies. The pandemic continues to have a huge financial impact, and many employers are having to make tough decisions. Here at Triple Three Solutions, we highly value mental health and know that redundancies can be incredibly [...]

Flexible working and WFH: Will it benefit businesses post-lockdown?

The world of business has changed dramatically in 2020, and we're only halfway through the year! In March, many UK companies had to quickly change their approach to working from home (WFH) and flexible working, through necessity. What was once a "we'll try it one day", suddenly became the only option. As a result, we [...]

Working from home: Supporting employee mental health during lockdown

In past blogs, we have discussed the importance of mental health in the workplace. However, as we enter the start of a second month in lockdown in the UK, the mental health of many is facing new challenges. Those who can, now work from home (WFH) for the foreseeable, while others have been furloughed or [...]

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: ICAEW Infographic

Don't worry, this isn't another doom and gloom article about the COVID-19 crisis! With a constant influx of conflicting information, the internet can be a scary and confusing place at the moment. This in mind, Triple Three Solutions is here to help. We're here to make sure you have the necessary information to keep your [...]