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Down tools and everybody out - planning for strikes

Down tools and everybody out - planning for strikes

Blog posts   •   Feb 12, 2016 16:45 GMT

I have my own opinions on the current junior doctor strikes in the UK, but I will keep them to myself! For many of us, strikes are not a large part of our work experience as we were not in post during the 70’s and 80’s. As the economy picks up I think we are more likely to experience strike action due to pent up demand for better wages and work conditions.

Business continuity during transport disruptions

Business continuity during transport disruptions

Blog posts   •   Jul 08, 2015 15:53 BST

Tube strikes or any other form of transport network disruption are hardly unheard events so organizations should have business continuity plans in place to deal with such events, plans that deal with any disruption that inhibits the ability of staff to access their place of work. These plans don't even need to be that complicated.