Remote and home working

Posted on 1st July 2020

Information released by the UK’s Office for National Statistics show that by the end of April 2020, 49.2% of adults in employment were working from home as a result of the social distancing measures introduced in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Our interactive, online Homeworking course now includes updates resulting from the impact of Covid-19 and looks at the ways employers can make sure that they’re supporting employee’s mental and physical health.

The course also provides all staff with information about assessing their home working environment to identify common risks, ensuring they can put suitable control measures in place and benefit from good practical guidance to help them manage and maximise working from home.

#workfromhome #elearning #staysafeathome #homeoffice

Kate Lindop


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