We speak to Grow Funding’s Mark Ridley on how businesses that weren’t supported by their banks can still get the help they need via CBILS.
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.
To support the future survival of your business and help for your employees, new employment and pandemic issues means having the right strategies in place, says HR expert Samantha Hulson
While your office Christmas party will undoubtedly require some alterations this year, there are always ways to show your employees that you care and bring some holiday cheer says Toby Heelis, CEO of Eventopedia.
Business psychologist Pearn Kandola’s Stuart Duff explains the ups and downs of remote working in the long term. Here’s what you need to know.
Difficult situations usually challenge us to think differently and channel our creativity, says Google’s Kim Spalding. Here’s how online tools can help.
As the employers grapple with decisions around how to bring people back to the office, fairness around office rota decisions and implementation is a top employee concern.
Ryan Trost, CTO and co-founder of ThreatQuotient discusses the impacts of relying on the cloud as nearly all businesses had to operate from home. As more remote employees placed vital data into the cloud, this creates more entry points that are vulnerable and open for cyber attackers to exploit.
85% of UK workers admit to slacking off when working from home according to a new survey of over 2000 UK employees.
Aside from posing a substantial worldwide health risk, research has found that Coronavirus also poses a significant security risk to businesses of all sizes. METCloud’s Ian Vickers shares best practice advice on how to keep your work teams cyber secure.
The government’s plan to increase the National Living Wage in April is now unlikely to go ahead because British firms will struggle to meet the costs in the wake of coronavirus.
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.