Advocate News and Advice

As lockdown 3 is going to be a fresh challenge to the mental health and well-being of the nation, Automotive Minds is pleased to be offering a live and interactive course on January 12 at 13:00. It is essential that we take control of our emotions...

Many global markets have fallen over the past week thanks largely to a sell-off on Monday – the first trading day of the year. While many markets finished 2020 at all-time highs, uncertainty around the new Covid-19 variant, surging case numbers, and new lockdowns have...

The transitional arrangements under the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement deferred many of Brexit’s legal effects on UK law by requiring the UK to continue adhering to EU law from exit day until 11pm on 31 December 2020 (known as IP completion day). Stoke Friday advocates Tinsdills...

Emma Crowe from CE Back Office is an Advocate at Team Nantwich and has written this blog on the Job Support Scheme. What is the Job Support Scheme? As furlough draws to an end in a matter of weeks many of us have questioned what’s around the...

Zoom fatigue, Teams tiredness, Jitsi exhaustion … we’ve all been there. The simplicity of online meetings has been an overnight success but do you ever get the feeling that you’re reaching virtual meeting burnout? As lockdown restrictions have eased significantly it may be time to consider...

Joe Yates from Unknown Marketing, a Stafford Brunch advocate, has produced the Returning to Work Guide of what to do (and what not to do) to support employers post COVID-19 lockdown. Compiling key information about returning to work from some of Staffordshire’s most trusted experts, the...