The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way the world works, and with some UK workers beginning to return to the office, some anticipating a phased return in the coming weeks and others working at home for the foreseeable future, it can be difficult to connect the workforce together.
With the UK’s COVID-19 alert level recently downgraded from four to three and the country slowly returning to ‘business as usual’, all eyes are now on how companies can adapt to a ‘new normal’ by implementing measures that protect employees and customers alike.
The cancellation of trade shows and press events has forced a huge rethink of marketers’ strategies.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are thinking of selling up earlier than they had planned because of worries over possible tax changes.
The social enterprise Women in Travel (CIC) has extended its free training and mentoring programme for women who have lost their job due to COVID-19.
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.
At a time when many companies are considering onshoring operations to minimise risk, it is heartening to find data confirming that Europe is attractive to global innovators – both as an R&D destination and as a large, relatively-stable marketplace in its own right.
Furlough has undoubtedly been a huge success. According to the British Chamber of Commerce, since March the scheme has been used by two thirds of British businesses supporting approximately 9.4 million jobs.
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