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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Employers ‘could face more tribunals’ when the furlough scheme ends

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Experts have warned of an increased risk of litigation, as the number of redundancies are expected to rise when the furlough scheme ends in September. Outplacement specialist Renovo has called on businesses to be mindful of how they conduct the redundancy process and to provide support for those made redundant quickly, in order to decrease […]

Are dog-friendly offices set to become the norm…?

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Offices are readying themselves for staff to return, but during lockdown many people adopted a dog. With the term ‘can I take my pet to work?’ having seen a massive uplift in online searches, My Pet Needs That has revealed the five benefits of becoming a dog-friendly offices – and how they may become the […]

What can you claim in tax relief while working from home?

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As a result of the pandemic, there has been an explosion in the number of employees working from home, with many of those based at home for the first time in their careers. As a consequence, there will be many people who are unaware that they may be entitled to claim tax relief for their […]

Race Day starts with a helicopter charter

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By Terry Farthing, Managing Director, London Jet Charter After more than a year away, the next stage of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown kicked off on May 17th, meaning that racecourses can open their turnstiles once again. Family and friends are free to get together and enjoy a unique social event like a race […]

Home workers are lonely, tired and don’t trust their bosses…

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People forced to work from home during the pandemic lockdown have suffered feelings of anxiety and isolation, with many reporting fatigue, disturbed sleep and lack of focus, according to the findings of a new report. The survey of how Covid has affected the world of work also reveals that working from home has led to […]