With thanks to Chris Rispin BSc FRICS for review and comments. This article first appeared in Sava EDGE July 2020. Register here to read the full Bulletin. In May 2020, an important judgment was handed down in a High Court case. In this article, Carrie de Silva provides an initial analysis of the case. What …
Hasn’t the world gone ever so lightly mad? In a short space of time things have turned upside down and we are facing fears we have only ever experienced in films.
Like many it has made us think about the work we do, how we do it, and as an SME like many of you, how we will survive as a business. We have learned to be agile over the past few years. We don’t have an office anymore, we work virtually, we have effectively zero-hour contracts and consultants. We offer training and CPD to providers and so long as they are in business, then so are we.
When Eliud Kipchoge pulled off his epic sub 2-hour marathon he was hailed as a hero. He pushed himself to the limit and achieved something no other human on the planet had been able to do.
But then, well, he did get a lot of help, didn’t he? He didn’t do it the hard way like most of us working through our NHS Couch to 5k Apps.