Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins explains why working from home impacts productivity and our economic recovery. What’s the solution?
Using the IP Chapters as “political giveaways” in the on-going trade negotiations could have a damaging and long-lasting impact on creative industries. Rebecca Deegan, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at the British Copyright Council, sheds light on the issue.
The gaps in the furlough scheme will negatively affect UK businesses and the wider economy for years to come says Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins.
As Britain begins to recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, copyright licensing is more important than ever, explains Rebecca Deegan, Director of Policy & Public Affairs at the British Copyright Council.
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins calls on every business owner to support the Chancellor’s Kickstart scheme to create new jobs for young people despite COVID.
We need to understand that this virus is going to be around for a while if not forever and we need to learn how to live and work with it, says Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins.
"Never let a good crisis go to waste" has been attributed to Winston Churchill in reference to the conditions post the Second World War that allowed for the formation of the United Nations. There is some doubt as to whether he actually used those words but it certainly sounds like something he would say. It of course refers to the peculiar environment that surrounds people in the midst of a crisis where somehow all paradigms seem up for debate and rules are to be questioned.
In light of the recent A-levels results fiasco, it’s time for Boris and employers to make good on the promise for an apprenticeship for every young person in the UK, says Charlie Mullins.
The pandemic and subsequent lockdown and current recession has hit businesses and families across the UK. This is why RBC Wealth Management boss Annabel Bosman believes this is the perfect time to teach children about wealth management and money.
Simply returning to work can help the UK economy, says Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins. The list of people who depend on millions of regular financial transactions by office-based workers is endless.
As if we’re not having enough trouble getting people to come back to work after furlough, now a group of whack-job MPs want workers to work four days and get paid the same money as they’d do for five.
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins believes it’s time to get people back to work, and preferrably in the same location. Here’s why.