If it really is a case of “one more heave” on vaccinations before restrictions on the hospitality sector can be eased, what’s the best way to ensure the country’s pubs, restaurants and nightclubs survive to take a shot at recovery?
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.
The G7 finance ministers, at a meeting in London last weekend, have agreed to support a minimum global corporate tax rate of at least 15%.
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”.
In the past I’ve criticised bosses for jumping on the ‘work from home’ bandwagon in the hope of saving a few quid on running offices and other workplaces.
There were warning signs in late March that something terrible was unfolding in India. Case rates for Covid-19 were climbing.
Running a business is no easy thing. For the past 18 years, I’ve been on that journey of entrepreneurship.
Rishi Sunak’s comments urging businesses to encourage workers to get back into the office or risk losing them may ring true with some, but certainly not with the majority.