COVID disruption has added a further layer to the business risk cake. Do you know how many of your customers are at risk of failure?
Planning to bring your team back into the workplace? This will help. After months of enforced home-working business owners are preparing to bring staff back into the workplace. But they’re facing a big challenge. Some staff are feeling reluctant about going back into the workplace even part-time because they’re more than happy working from home. […]
Is it really the best long-term strategy for your business?
Employees working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic can continue to claim tax relief on costs not reimbursed by their employer, but a new claim will need to be made for the 2021/22 tax year, HMRC has confirmed.
If you don’t work to promote and facilitate your employees’ wellbeing it could have a critical effect on your business.
After much head scratching at the Treasury, the son of the furlough scheme has been unveiled.
History tells us that even after a significant time of disruption, as a human race we tend to very quickly go back to normal. Lockdown has gone on so long though that there’s a good chance some new business habits will stick.
As readers will no doubt be aware the present Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is due to cease at the end of October 2020. However, there is a bonus claim that certain employers can make next year if they retain employees beyond the present 31 October 2020 deadline.
Are you getting the best out of your team? Maybe you’ve read every leadership and management book out there, but still feel there’s room for improvement?