One of the UK’s leading business organisations has launched a six-point plan, aimed at instilling confidence, ahead of the country opening up after months of lockdown.
Tax investigators have opened nearly 13,000 probes into suspected fraud and other related breaches of the coronavirus support schemes.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) calls on the Government to offer more economic support to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as coronavirus-related limits continue and fewer financial packages are being handed out. Continue reading
More than 5,000 organisations have now benefitted from the Culture Recovery Fund, new figures have revealed.
The UK is predicted to bounce back strongly from the pandemic, with GDP growth of 8.2 per cent this year, according to an employers’ organisation.
Around half of Brits plan to spend their money with small and local businesses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a major study has revealed.
Businesses in the UK, hit by months of lockdown, can see light at the end of the tunnel, with good news on the jobs front and an economic boost from the good weather and European football.
With the effects of the coronavirus pandemic leaving many people short on funding, some have turned to side businesses to provide them with extra funds to make up for their financial losses. Continue reading
Some 2.8 million people took advantage of the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) in the last year, the latest figures have revealed.
Disruptive times like the Covid-19 pandemic are impacting recruitment and training in many ways.
Digital approaches are evolving at an unprecedented pace and external circumstances now mean it may not be possible or desirable to have candidates and assessors in one place, especially where recruiting for purely remote positions.