By Hugo Minchin (MBACP), Director, co-founder and counsellor at Talk to the Rainbow, the centre for LGBTQ+ therapeutic excellence based in Bristol.
Posted on 16th April 2020 in People.
Research commissioned by people analytics provider Visier reveals the vast majority of UK workers (77 percent) forced to work remotely due to Covid-19 feel their employers have done a good job of handling the urgent transition to remote working, but fear a return to the status quo.
by Donna Torres, director of small business at Xero UK If you run your own business, are self-employed or are a freelancer, then you will likely have heard of IR35. It is a piece of legislation that allows HMRC to collect additional payment where a contractor is an employee in all but name. The […]
By Dr Holly Blake, Associate Professor of Behavioural Science in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham The demands, challenges and risks that come with running a business bring personal pressures and impact on health and wellbeing.
Latona’s, a U.S. Mergers and Acquisitions broker has analysed and combined Google search volume data with net worth statistics, to find out whose net worth is searched for the most, and the actual wealth of these multimillionaires.
Company culture is more important than financial reward for 85 percent of UK workers, according to interim analysis of new research commissioned by Berwick Partners.
UK job board Totaljobs has published its latest research examining the shifting emotional behaviours of UK workers during the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak. The majority of workers are understandably experiencing fears for their health (87%), while the troubling wave of recent job cuts and furloughs has left two-thirds (67%) concerned about job security. This nervousness, coupled […]
Since the original guidance on the Job Retention Scheme was released, it has undergone a review by the Government. The Scheme is based around placing employees on furlough and employers claiming 80% of wage costs to avoid lay off and redundancy. Clarification on some key areas is now available, in addition to an amendment to […]
How is the 80% cost of employment calculated? Is this gross/net pay? It is gross pay and businesses “will receive a grant from HMRC to cover the lower of 80% of an employee’s regular wage or £2,500 per month, plus the associated Employer National Insurance contributions and minimum automatic enrolment employer pension contributions on that subsidised […]
By Jonathan Ratcliffe, Offices.co.uk As the reality of home working for the foreseeable future sinks in, usually sociable and outgoing business professionals need to address their mental health.