A national lockdown was announced on 4 January 2021, which requires many businesses to close and people to work from home where possible.
Read our summary of the national lockdown restrictions.
Across Greater Manchester business leaders and owners have been innovating and adapting to continue trading throughout the challenge of COVID-19.
Do your bit.
From 5 January, the UK is in lockdown with all but essential businesses required to close in order to reduce social contact and help control the virus.
People who can work effectively from home should do so. In sectors where homeworking is not possible, businesses must take all reasonable steps to ensure people work safely from a COVID-19 Secure workplace. A key consideration is how to modify your work setting to prevent the spread of the virus.
The government has published workplace guidance to help employers do their bit and keep employees and customers safe throughout the pandemic. At the Hub we've collated a range of tools and resources to help you maintain the safety of your workplace.
Don't forget that our team of experts are on hand if you need support - get in touch today to arrange an appointment.
Supporting your colleagues
The single most important consideration for any business leader is the safety, health and wellbeing of your employees. This will include giving consideration to travel arrangements for staff, maintaining hygiene standards and supporting NHS Test and Trace.
Read our Guide to Remote Working providing detailed information on the systems and tools that need to be in place to ensure long-term success.
Managing your people throughout COVID-19
Hear from leading experts discussing some of the key issues to consider relating to people and access our guidance in supporting your teams to work remotely and manage their mental health and wellbeing.
Do your bit to keep Greater Manchester safe.
We all have a role to play in keeping our city-region safe. By doing our bit we'll protect ourselves, our colleagues and our city from the impact of COVID-19.