In this newly adopted way of working, we can’t help but wonder about the long-term sustainability and suitability of home Wi-Fi networks.
As Britain moves out of official lockdown and into the recovery phase post-covid, the property market nationwide has had to adapt.
In a special ‘summer statement’ on 8 July and under the ‘Plan for Jobs’ umbrella, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures designed to help protect jobs in the longer term following the planned ending of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (also known as the Furlough Scheme) on 31 October 2020 and amidst a continued economic downturn.
The impact of the pandemic means that many SMEs have inevitably lost ground and fallen behind on goals and targets.
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.
In his first budget, delivered less than a fortnight before lockdown began, chancellor Rishi Sunak indicated that many organisations would soon be able to reclaim the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) paid for staff sickness absence caused by the coronavirus.
As businesses re-open following the COVID-19 lockdown, how employers go about ensuring a safe system of work will present some unique challenges.
Remote working has now forged a firm role in the more flexible future ahead of us. And working in the office or remotely is no longer seen as a binary option.
Known in the business world for her savvy acumen and instinct for opportunity, Sara Davies MBE has been cast as the youngest dragon to enter the popular TV show, Dragons’ Den.