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New study reveals lockdown is improving communication and productivity

Businesses and workers have had to find a new normal during the lockdown, with many businesses having to furlough staff or transition to a completely remote team. A new study, by outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny looked at how businesses are ...

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Communicating with furloughed employees in the FM sector

Communications experts in the built environment, Magenta Associates, has published a guide to communicating with furloughed employees. Prior to Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s launch in March of the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, many had never used the word furlough before. ...

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5 tips for communicating with field service staff during crisis

One of the most difficult aspects in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis is communicating with those affected. At this time, field service businesses are engaging in difficult conversations with office staff and field staff. Whether your business is deemed an ...

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Magenta publishes guide on communicating with remote teams

To support organisations communicating with remote workers during the COVID-19 outbreak, communications agency for the built environment, Magenta, has launched an informative guide. The guide follows the Government recommendation that people work from home wherever possible and includes top tips ...

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WeMindTheGap receives funding to increase employment opportunities for disadvantaged women

WeMindTheGap, the charity borne out of outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny, has announced that it has received £1.1 million of National Lottery funding from The National Lottery Community Fund (formerly Big Lottery), to increase opportunities for disadvantaged women. The charity model ...

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Lost in translation

For FM service providers with large dispersed workforces, staying in contact can be a problem. FM communications specialist Cathy Hayward finds out how different vendors keep in touch with their people The FM sector employs roughly 10 per cent of ...

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