The government will pay at least 80% of wages for people who are not able to work, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
Supermarkets will now be allowed to cooperate in their efforts to feed shelves stocked amid the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is preparing to announce a package to subsidise employee wages in a bid to save millions of jobs.
Nearly two-thirds of employees said their most common feelings amidst the coronavirus pandemic are anxiety, stress or distraction, with job security being the dominant reason for the emotion. according to research from employee engagement survey experts, Inpulse.
Two in five (41%) businesses are still not encouraging their staff to work from home, despite widespread expectations that organisations will have no option in the near future.
Nearly two-thirds of Brits in the UK believe being happy is the most important part of a job, according to a new study, but nearly 90% say their employer could do more.
Posted on 19th March 2020 in General business.