Enshrining a right to work from home into law would be anti-business and set back any chance of a quick recovery from the pandemic.
When I started talking about vaccine passports some months ago, I didn’t think it was a huge stretch to imagine a United Kingdom where society would soon be divided into vaccine ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’
As I gazed into my crystal ball a few weeks ago it struck me that vaccine passports were the future.
After today’s Supreme Court ruling that Uber drivers should be classed as workers and not self-employed the inevitable comparisons with our old case have already started.
Who’d have thought putting the health and safety of your people and the public first would create such a fuss!
Businesses have rolled over and absorbed far too much of a basting from this Government over Covid and it’s time to stand up and tell it to get stuffed.
It has never been clearer to me that the way out of this Covid crisis is by properly supporting apprenticeships, but the Government is failing in this by every measure.
October 2020 was the biggest billing month for Pimlico in the 41-year history of the company with sales in excess of £4.6 million, and the phones are still ringing off the hook. So why am I not happy?
There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about the rights and wrongs of the government’s furlough scheme, as well as, in some people’s minds, the related issue of working from home and whether it’s going to be the ‘new normal’ after the virus has been defeated.
I’m not claiming to be Mystic Meg, but I knew I would be spot on with my prediction when the Supreme Court deemed employment tribunal fees to be illegal in 2017. I said there would be a flood of claims against businesses, and I have been proven 100 percent correct!