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Rapid transformation When the global pandemic arrived in late March, early April we were inundated with calls and messages from organisations across the UK ranging from legal firms, property firms, financial organisations through to medical practices and hospitals. Their request was simple – we need to work from home, and quickly! The demand was unprecedented and reflected in the news by Vodafone saying they experienced a 50% increase in internet usage as people flocked to…
As the current pandemic impacts our global community, we want you to know that we are facilitating access to our products and solutions that are critical for healthcare professionals. In order to meet the challenges of reducing the risk of contamination in medical environments, we would like to help inform and empower you with the right tools that allow you to remain safe.   Exceptional speech recording and transcription equipment   The importance of equipment with hygienic…
Home working tech solutions Agile working – where fee earners and admin teams can work flexibly both in terms of location and time has never been as important as it is now. Here’s an introduction to some tech solutions that can be set up quickly and easily to enhance your remote working capabilities.   Introducing the 360 Cloud Mobile App SpeechWrite’s 360 mobile app brings the full benefits of our digital dictation and voice recognition…
Remote working during Coronavirus Coronavirus (officially known as Covid-19) is having a profound effect upon many facets of society and everyday life, not least in terms of how people work. A whole spate of companies around the world have already asked their office-based employees to work from home through the pandemic, starting with Silicon Valley giants including Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Apple and Amazon. The legal sector has also taken this responsible step, with Magic…
Remote working during Coronavirus Coronavirus (officially known as Covid-19) is having a profound effect upon many facets of society and everyday life, not least in terms of how people work. A whole spate of companies around the world have already asked their office-based employees to work from home through the pandemic, starting with Silicon Valley giants including Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Apple and Amazon. The legal sector has also taken this responsible step, with Magic…
Mental health and well being Around one in every four people in the UK experiences some type of mental health problem each year. According to a review of mental health and employment – Thriving at Work – mental health issues cost employers between £33 billion and £42 billion a year, with an annual hit to the UK economy of between £74 billion and £99 billion. Anxiety and depression are the most common conditions and, although…
In business since the 1840s, specialising in property since the 1970s, and even creating the legal documentation for one of the first housing associations; Croftons is a leading, specialist housing and commercial real estate law firm based in Manchester. Croftons are one of just four firms in ‘tier one’ in the latest edition of the Legal 500 directory Top Tier 2020. The companies “first rate” service to housing clients has seen them ranked as one…
SpeechWrite 360 Mobile Dictation App SpeechWrite 360 is a state of the art cloud voice recognition and digital dictation workflow solution designed to meet the agile and flexible working needs of the modern-day professional. Here at SpeechWrite, we understand that our customers often need to work remotely and from multiple locations and do not want to be tied down to an office. In fact, many companies are now downsizing their offices or even closing them…
The Future of Work According to a study by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) around 1.5 million workers in England are at high risk of losing their livelihood to job automation, with women, part-time workers and young people disproportionately affected. Considering that the UK government has promised to have self-driving cars on our roads by 2021, and that over 300,000 people are employed as HGV drivers alone, the figure of 1.5 million looks rather…