The Isle of Man Government has set out a package of measures, to support individuals and businesses throughout the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19. These include the following new schemes and initiatives.
While we face working from home for the foreseeable future, we chat to our staff to find out how they are finding the reality of working from home. This week we talk to the Admin Team who share their experiences!
In Episode #2 of our Front Line Podcast, we chat with Alison Teare, Owner of Simply Marketing and a marketing mentor who works with business owners and entrepreneurs helping them to market their own business.
Today is a very exciting day for us – we have launched our very own podcast called “Front Line”. On our podcast, we will be speaking to individuals on the front line of business to hear their thoughts and opinions on communication, leadership, management, mentoring and networking.
This message comes while we, along with the rest of the country, are working from home. We hope, during the COVID-19 pandemic, you and your families are staying safe. This is a very worrying and distressing time for everyone around the world.
In response to the unprecedented financial and human challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, leading figures representing the broad spectrum of the Isle of Man community have joined forces to launch a brand new community initiative, the Manx Solidarity Fund. Additionally the Manx Solidarity Fund has joined forces with the Isle of Man Coronavirus Community Support ("IOMCCS") team, with IOMCCS rebranding to Helpout.im
We're really excited to share that we've just recorded the first ever episode of our new podcast, "Frontline". A big thanks to David Bell from PCD CLUB for taking out some time to talk to Martin Hall.
The finance industry is extremely competitive. To be successful, senior finance professionals must constantly improve their leadership skills and look for innovative new ways to encourage teamwork in the office.
We would like to draw your attention to what may be possible for you, especially if you have a business that is currently affected by COVID-19.
If you’re struggling to adapt working from home, you’re certainly not alone. Like most of us, you’ll be used to getting up on a morning and heading into work – enjoying the human interaction with your work colleagues whether that be grabbing a quick chat by the coffee machine, bumping into each other in the car park or catching up before you delve into your team meeting. Here are a few tips to help you keep your focus during the Coronavirus outbreak - we hope they help!