The ‘pingdemic’ poses a major threat to our economic recovery and it is essential that the Government acts now in order to prevent an economic catastrophe.
As working from home has accelerated the ending of formal office dress codes will we be getting suited and booted to travel into city-centre offices again?
The clamour to push remote working as some sort of post Covid future is sending business leaders into a tizzy.
Rising professional indemnity insurance premiums and restrictions on cover are preventing construction companies from taking on projects, and could delay work to improve the safety of buildings post-Grenfell, an industry survey has revealed.
The case of the workshy driver who won an employment tribunal despite being spotted at a bar after phoning in sick is a fine example of why the pendulum of power has swung too far towards employees.
For most businesses, navigating the perilous waters of Covid has been extremely stressful and taken up all their energy and focus over the past year.
It’s fantastic to see no less a person that the head of universities admissions service UCAS supporting my life-long appreciation of apprenticeships, and the fact they are undermined by “misplaced snobbery”.
As the country returns to some degree of normality, so the drive to create jobs and tackle the current high levels of unemployment steps up a gear.
There were warning signs in late March that something terrible was unfolding in India. Case rates for Covid-19 were climbing.