As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we take a moment to recognise the incredible social, political, cultural and economical achievements of women. This year’s theme is #ChoosetoChallenge, with a call to action for stepping up for gender injustice and challenge inequity. The 8th of March is and should be an important day for everyone, but it also marks a whole year of women wearing multiple hats, both personally and professionally throughout their pandemic journeys. 2020 was a year like no other, but what can we learn from the superwomen who took it in their stride?
Despite insolvencies being an a record low in over a decade, a large number of businesses are voluntarily closing down due to the economic uncertainty around coronavirus and fears over a possible increase in Capital Gains Tax.?
With a UK-EU post-Brexit trade deal on the horizon, Real Business rounds up responses from the business community on SME investment and private sector growth in 2021.
The impact of Covid-19 shows how essential it is for employees to get a proper break as this year draws to a close, yet 40% of UK workers plan to work through the holidays.
Workplace dreams are on the rise for more than half of Brits (52%) currently working from home.
Google search data reveals that we may be in danger of a January 2021 ?burnout spike?.
One of the UK?s leading insurance brokerages for small businesses has urged companies to apply for new quotes in 2021, rather than renewing automatically.?
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.