In March 2020 we saw a pandemic-driven transformation in workplace culture. Remote working and connecting with colleagues through digital channels became the norm for many people. Employees and businesses had to act quickly to adapt to this new environment, against the terrifying backdrop of a raging pandemic. Human beings don’t respond easily to uncertainty and change, but over time employees did - to the extent that most businesses in the UK saw no dip in productivity. As the pandemic fades, employers are planning for the post-pandemic return and this means a new process of adjustment for people.
We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore the relationship between change, uncertainty and anxiety and to look at some strategies we can adopt that will help us deal with any fears we have, to negotiate a safe return. We'll cover:
This event was hosted by Accord through the Teams platform. Watch the webinar recording below.
Contact for this event
Line managers are invited to join Accord and the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore how people are affected by the menopause at work, the different approaches to offering support and how to create a menopause-friendly environment within the team. This webinar is aimed at line managers.
Join the Bank Workers Charity to talk about children's mental health, the common signs and symptoms, and sources of support available to parents and guardians.
Join the Bank Workers Charity to find out more about the challenges they can help with and how to access support when you need it. This webinar is free and open to all current and former bank workers, and their dependents.
Accord has over 350 trained workplace representatives across the country who are there to help when things aren't going so well. Reps are the beating heart of the union, and often the first port of call offering advice, guidance, information, and representation.
No other union in either LBG or TSB can match this network of support.