Today is #CycleToWorkDay in the UK.  Are you a cyclist? Has the Coronavirus Pandemic encouraged you to cycle more, either to loose those Lockdown Lbs, or to avoid public transport? Cycle to work day is all about getting you out on your bike and enjoying the commute - and or Milton Keynes Business Centre is the ideal office and commercial space to cycle to - with plenty of covered cycle storage bays to keep your precious bike safe while you work.

Government guidance on so-called coronavirus travel corridors seems to be changing on a daily basis.
In this article will look at what this means for employers and employees with regards to sick pay.

The first thing to say is you must check the government website to check which countries and territories fall within the travel corridor arrangement. There is also different guidance if you are in Scotland Wales or Northern Ireland than if you’re in England.

Did you know that today is #InternationalTigerDay?  We can't really blame you if you didn't - it's not like it's a day-to-day topic, but after all the COVID-19 discussion lately, we thought we'd take the opportunity to share a lighthearted post, with some fun tiger facts to rival the knowledge of Carole Baskin!

As we are all well aware by now, the key symptoms of COVID-19 to watch out for are; a high temperature, a new, continuous cough and a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste, all of which can make you feel lethargic and tired also.  BUT, what about the other Corona-Fatigue ... the one where we're all just a bit (ok, a lot) fed up of the whole situation we find ourselves in.

Tips For Keeping Your Business Safe During a Pandemic

Hopefully, you've been following our blog-series on how to keep your Milton Keynes business safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  If you've missed it, previous posts are HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.  Today, we are continuing with ideas for how to keep your commercial property for rent Bletchley safe for employees and customers.

Quick Tips For Staying Safe

If you've been following along with our blog series this week HERE, HERE and HERE, we've given you a lot to think about when it comes to keeping your workplace COVID-19 secure.  Today, we thought we'd keep it a bit simpler, and offer some top tips and ideas that shouldn't involve too much cost or time to implement, but could reduce the risk to your employees and customers while we are still battling the pandemic.

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

In the third instalment of our blog series on working safely as we come out of COVID-19 lockdown (Parts 1 and 2 can be read HERE and HERE) we are discussing issues related to working from home or from the workplace, and share some creative ways the decision could be made easier.

Yesterday, we started the first in our series of COVID-19 advice posts with some tips around defining risk in your workplace.  We shared some suggestions how to work out what you need to do, to keep your employees and customers safe during the phasing out of 'lockdown', whilst optimising employee engagement in the process.  Today, we are talking about some steps we could and should all be taking to keep our employees and customers safe during the pandemic, as well as how to promote confidence in your environment.