As Covid restrictions relax, many of us will be considering a return to the office. There is much in the way of discussion and debate about how best to go about this, with no clear guidance to follow.
This resource page is a curation of content from the IPA and external sources that you can refer to for guidance as you chart your course back to the office. Campaign have also published some articles detailing what various agencies are planning, which you might find interesting.
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We’ve gathered some external and internal links to content you may find useful as you explore ways of returning to the office.
The ultimate IPA guide to free or nearly free learning resources: book summaries, video talks, podcasts, publications, qualifications,
This hub brings you the most up-to-date information from the IPA, from Government and other key sources.
An employers’ guide to remote working employment issues presented by the law firm Lewis Silkin. Webinar recording and presentation slides for members only.
Following the lifting of remaining Covid-19 restrictions, we set out the key recommendations in the updates to the Working Safely Guidance.
IPA CPD Gold Judge, Jenny Wood looks at how the best agencies embrace flexible working and what benefits it brings.
Processes we could put in place to reduce the spread of COVID when offices re-open.
Eighty-nine per-cent of UK employees would be happiest with a fully flexible approach.
Software provider Paprika looks at the ways time management has changed with new work requirements.
Former Global Executive Director, Learning and Development at R/GA, Liz Nottingham examines what we need to do when bringing teams back together in the office.
Ruairi O'Shea from Trajectory Partnership looks at some of the historical trends in work and economics, followed by an exploration into the immediate context of COVID.
HR specialist Mary Budd joins the IPA Training Forum to discuss what needs to be thought about when your agency returns to the office.