With the UK Government now easing lockdown and putting plans in place to try and help the economy recover, the manufacturing sector is focused on a gradual return to a new normal.
Employers up and down the country are planning to welcome back employees to the workplace, and they must bring in strict COVID-safe plans as lockdown measures ease.
On Wednesday, the chancellor will attempt to shore up Britain’s economic recovery from coronavirus as lockdown controls are lifted across most of England.
In today’s busy workplace it has almost become a badge of honour for some professionals to try and function while in a constant state of stress.
Enquiries for out of town office locations have increased over the last month, as the appeal of car parking and the ability to social distance sees a shift from the city centres.
Research of office workers shows that more than 65 per cent of respondents said they’ve benefited from improved productivity levels since they started working from home.
An innovative new app called SplitBill which allows users to effortlessly divide a bill or expense in a seamless and cashless way launches today, after a successful round of funding.
An analysis of new website creations during the past three months has discovered the most popular lockdown business launches.
Readers across the globe are being given the chance to win a whopping £1,000 cash prize thanks to a content competition launched by start-up copywriting firm, Copy Generators.