Coronavirus

  • Mar- 2021 -
    9 March

    Working from home to ‘become norm’, says IWG chief exec

    Working from home will “become the norm” for many businesses after the pandemic, even if only part-time, according to global…

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  • 3 March

    Budget 2021: Chancellor unveils new £65bn support package

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined a new £65bn support package in his March budget, confirming the decision to extend the…

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  • 3 March

    GMB welcomes furlough extension but warns ‘more must be done’

    GMB Union has welcomed the extension of furlough, but has nonetheless cautioned that “more must be done” to drive a…

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  • 3 March

    Sunak to extend furlough scheme until September

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to extend the furlough scheme until September as part of his March Budget which will…

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  • Feb- 2021 -
    26 February

    Employers urged to issue paid leave for vaccinations

    Acas, a workplace expert, is calling on employers to provide paid leave for staff who may need time off to…

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  • 24 February

    73% of workers want split between home and office working post-pandemic

    73% of UK workers want to split their time between home and office working after the pandemic, a new study…

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  • 24 February

    Chancellor expected to extend furlough until May

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to announce a further extension to the government’s furlough scheme until May in his Budget…

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  • 23 February

    53% of staff think managers are ‘less empathetic’ in latest lockdown

    Whilst initial lockdowns saw a positive response from managers looking to support their teams, it seems maintaining this level of…

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  • 22 February

    PM outlines ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown

    Prime minister Boris Johnson has set out his four-step “roadmap” to guide the nation out of lockdown “cautiously but irreversibly”,…

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  • 19 February

    Over half of workers do not wish for office return 

    Over half (57%) of UK workers do not wish to return to a normal way of working following the ease…

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