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Line Managers - Managing Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace Online Training

21 April 2022

The Glasgow Healthy Working Lives Team is pleased to be able to offer this free online training course from Alcohol Focus Scotland. The course has a maximum of 12 places available, offered on a first-come, first served basis. In order to gain maximum benefit from it, you should book only if you have line management responsibility.

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Pilot ecommerce course a first for college sector

19 April 2022

City of Glasgow College, together with Borders College and Edinburgh College, is piloting a new Ecommerce & Business course. The six-week course is focused on preparing unemployed graduates, workers recently made redundant, or mature learners, for working in the world of fast-moving ecommerce. It will be co-delivered by professionals, ensuring an immediate connection between students and industry – providing more context to lessons.

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Strive to Thrive - Connect Three

14 April 2022

Strive to Thrive on the morning of the 28th April in Citation, Glasgow joins together a range of topic leaders & experts to discuss challenges, wins and implementation of diversity, inclusion, equity & belonging practices into businesses. We’ll create space for you to have your questions answered and learn practical tips you can implement straight away.

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Post-Covid challenges for small businesses

13 April 2022

With the Scottish Government’s very last legal restriction on mask wearing in public places due to be lifted next week, it will feel like the time for businesses to move on from two years of coronavirus disruption. It won’t be that easy, even in the absence of any future new variants, as we live with the lasting legacies of the pandemic. For most firms the main challenges are adapting to hybrid working patterns, handling high levels of sickness and finding new employees in a labour market much tighter than anyone was predicting back in March 2020.