Sheffield joins national PRINCIPLE trial to prevent older coronavirus patients becoming seriously ill
In these strange and uncertain times, employers are more focused than ever on their employees’ wellbeing and mental health.
With home energy bills expected to soar as a consequence of the Covid-19 lockdown, academics from Sheffield Hallam University have raised concerns that the impact could be more costly for low-income families.
Companies across Sheffield are being urged to train employees to spot the warning signs of poor mental health and risk whilst working remotely.
Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP has announced a raft of promotions to recognise the ability and efforts of those delivering the firm’s range of legal services to local residents.