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Is the Chinese route out of lockdown one for the UK to follow?

Resilience First has highlighted a series of key points that emerged from the latest in a series of webinars it hosted focusing on the response to COVID-19. Contributors included a leading expert in architecture and urban design from the University of Nottingham in Ningbo China and a Chinese urban designer from Perkins and Will. 

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UK companies seem to be doing well when it comes to supporting employees’ mental health during the pandemic

UK businesses are so far delivering on employee engagement in the current COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research from Wazoku. 70 percent of survey respondents say their employer has taken steps to ensure their mental health and well-being is addressed and 72 percent have been consulted about how best they can all approach home working during the crisis.

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Accounting for multiple crises: how businesses can mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and concurrent natural disasters

Although COVID-19 is, understandably, the focus for most businesses, the disruption caused by the virus will not cause the threat from other hazards, such as natural disasters, to disappear. Erika Weisbrod looks at how COVID-19 may impact the response to natural disasters and highlights some areas that organizations need to consider.

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