The number of people in the US registering for unemployment surged to its highest level in history last week as the country entered lockdown to tackle the Coronavirus.
Supermarkets will be granted access to the government’s list of the 1.5 million most vulnerable people to help prioritise delivery slots.
Business leaders have welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement that self-employed workers and freelancers who have lost earnings as a result of the Coronavirus will receive financial support.
For every hour of interrupted sleep workers ‘cyberloaf’ for 20% of their assigned task, leading to an estimated £364 million in productivity losses annually. That’s according to new analysis from leading talent acquisition specialist, Guidant Global.
Posted on 27th March 2020 in General business.
Self-employed workers and freelancers affected by the Coronavirus pandemic will receive at least 80% of their pay from the government, the Chancellor has revealed.
Some banks have come under intense criticism after it was revealed they required business owners to guarantee their emergency Coronavirus loans with personal assets.
PeoplePerHour, the UK’s largest freelance marketplace, has pledged £10 million in support for freelancers and self-employed workers affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The UK economy is contracting at a faster rate than during the 2008 financial crisis, according to a closely watched survey.