As it is anticipated that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will come to an end, following a winding down period, employers are having to consider now how they are likely to have to manage their businesses going forward
The phrase ‘unprecedented times’ has been bandied around almost constantly since we began the lockdown period, but it hasn’t lost its meaning.
New research has highlighted three types of personality types that have emerged from the extended period of remote working.
For startups affected by the pandemic, there’s now dedicated financial support from the government in the form of Future Fund.
The number one problem new businesses have is a lack of funding. Limited cash flow is a difficult hurdle to overcome.
Mitigating the spread of Covid-19 continues to dominate business and personal life throughout the world: many borders and businesses remain shut as various countries take the first tentative steps to emerge from the constraints of a crippling lockdown that has frozen large swathes of commercial activity.
In these difficult times, coronavirus-hit businesses have access to an unprecedented level of Government support.
With staff from many businesses now working from home, and customers having increased opportunity to engage with companies and different brands, customer support workers will be increasingly stretched.