A new report reveals pent up demand for hospitality could add as much as £15.9 billion into the economy, but a £7.8 billion loss due to the tiered lockdown.
The Chancellor announced that the Government will provide billions of pounds to invest in the UK’s economic recovery in a spending review.
As 2020 draws to a close, we look at some of the businesses that have reached unicorn status this year despite the pandemic.
Employment tribunal delays show courts are under massive pressure, leaving claimants stuck waiting until December 2021.
Employees expect employers to offer childcare support during COVID-19, with hundreds of thousands of children being sent home from school since they re-opened in September.
UK workers less likely to talk to managers about experiencing mental health problems since lockdown, fearing ‘repercussions’ of job loss.
Three new support measures announced as Chancellor vows to “go further”. The three new measures are designed to help workers and businesses through the winter months and second wave of coronavirus.
Logistics is the invisible industry that drives global economies, and when logistics fail, waste creeps in. Logmore’s QR tags trump RFID technology, unlocking new types of value to the supply chain.
New research reveals returning to work may be fraught with more challenges than small business owners may expect as employee expectations shift.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces further measures to support businesses forced to close due to Coronavirus restrictions. Rachel Meadows, head of proposition, pensions and savings at Broadstone, explains what the new Job Support Scheme measures mean for businesses of all sizes.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the extension of its Job Support Scheme and new economic measures to support businesses in local lockdown. UK business owners and legal experts respond.
Businesses need to take action now to prepare for the UK’s new start on 1 January 2021, says Business Secretary Alok Sharma in a letter to over 600,000 firms across the UK.