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Being seen: Incidents and homeworking

Monday 12th October 2020

In recent months, the way the UK works has changed dramatically. From a nation who piled into city centres on overcrowded tube trains every morning, we’ve become a population of head-set wearing homeworkers presentable from the waist up. It seems like everything has changed. Or has it? Recording incidents in the workplace Every workplace comes […]




Cyber-security and homeworking: a six point plan

Thursday 3rd September 2020

The UK has become a nation of homeworkers. The benefits are clear, whether that be wearing slippers all day, to ditching the commute, to closing ludicrously expensive headquarters. But how do we ensure that our businesses remain secure when staff work remotely, out of sight, using an IT estate that’s largely out of our control? […]




Be ready for anything in the brave new world

Friday 14th August 2020

Only one thing has been a constant in the past few months, and that’s change. While the UK at large is gradually returning to some semblance of normality, we still wake every day to challenging headlines: sudden local lockdowns, countries added to the travel quarantine list, or suppliers announcing a raft of positive cases amongst […]




Life after lockdown: work better than ever

Thursday 9th July 2020

“In the rush to return to normal, use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to.” Dave Hollis’s quote above has become something of an epitaph for lockdown. It has made us all think about how (often blindly) we accept the status quo, and what we’ve learned in these past […]




Business after lockdown: a survival toolkit

Wednesday 10th June 2020

On 23 March, our world changed. With Boris Johnson’s address, the nation’s workforce was essentially sent home overnight. As his broadcast ended, businesses across the UK scrambled to get their people back online from spare rooms, loft conversions and kitchen worktops. Within 24 hours, we were not only juggling our careers, but childcare and home-schooling […]




Protect your mental health in lockdown: for you, your family, and your business

Monday 4th May 2020

Everyone’s talking about safeguarding our mental health during lockdown, but how do we look after our well-being and still get our jobs done? Here are our top five tips for looking after yourself while you’re looking after your business. Create a calm work environment We’re in lockdown for another three weeks at least, so it’s […]




Coronalert: your comfort zone for the pandemic

Monday 27th April 2020

The world is in lockdown, and we’re living in unprecedented times. What’s more, the anxiety is made worse by frequently updated quarantine restrictions and fears for our own, and our family’s, safety. But what if a simple app could help keep you and others safe? Incubated by QEM Ltd, our team at Nuclyus Ltd have […]




COVID-19: Could now be the time to get your business ship-shape?

Monday 23rd March 2020

You may have seen in the news that COVID-19, alongside the devastation it has caused, has brought unexpected benefits to our planet. Air quality is rapidly improving, disparate communities now pull together, and fish are even reappearing in the canals of Venice. But could this time of lockdown also benefit your business? Yes, it could. […]




What Mark Twain knew about productivity at work

Thursday 19th March 2020

Everyone wants to be more productive, which, in contrast to just being ‘busy’, means that you actually get through your to-do list and have a life outside of work. It’s a no-brainer. But, if you’re working long hours and getting nowhere, what are you doing wrong? We’ve searched far and wide, drawing wisdom from Harvard […]




When the law just ain’t enough: the isCompliant Obligations Module

Monday 16th March 2020

Respected American Judge Potter Stewart once said that ‘Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.’ What did he mean by that? Basically, that sometimes abiding by the law isn’t enough. To be ethical, to be respectable, and to stand up for what is […]