Subjects: Working Environment
NCC Group launches Alumni Network to help keep former colleagues connected
We’re excited to be starting 2022 by welcoming our former colleagues across the globe to join our new NCC Group Alumni Network community.
NCC Conversations: Understanding ADD and ADHD
As part of our ongoing NCC Conversations series, we explore the topic of neurodiversity – from coping strategies for different conditions to understanding ADHD in the workplace.
“Knock, knock! It’s the Covid inspectors!”
As workforces return to the office, there are a number of physical security considerations organisations need to make. In this blog, Jan Hutchins explores new tactics that could be used to breach offices, and what businesses can to do to protect themselves.
NCC Conversations: Menopause – A personal journey that we need to talk about
As part of this month’s NCC Conversations focus on Gender, but more specifically mental and physical health at work, we’ll be exploring the menopause. In this blog, our colleague Yvonne Harley chats with Sara Farrington as they share their thoughts on why we need to talk about this at work.
NCC Group becomes a Friend of This Can Happen to support mental wellbeing in the workplace
Forging partnerships is an important part of our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals - in particular to the goal: Good Health and Wellbeing. We're underpinning our global mental wellbeing programme, by learning and listening from wider industry peers.
Introducing NCC Conversations: A safe space to talk
As part of our Inclusion and Diversity programme here at NCC Group, we introduced our NCC Conversations series to help us to drive dialogue around a number of important topics that our colleagues care about. In September, we turned the spotlight to dyslexia as part of our focus on neurodiversity. You can find out more here.
We all need a helping hand
While we quickly transitioned into full remote working across our Group we recognised the need to increase focus on health and well-being as part of our response activities…