Robert Half: ‘Technology initiatives have been at the heart of many businesses’ pandemic recovery efforts and underpin their plans for future growth’.
CV-Library: ‘Given the huge staff shortages in the UK, supporting self-care practices and attention to mental health are now a deciding factor for candidates when considering their next move’.
HMRC: ‘Scams come in many forms. Some threaten immediate arrest for tax evasion, others offer a tax rebate. Contacts like these should set alarm bells ringing’.
CIPD: ‘Employers have a challenging few months ahead with many anticipating increased recruitment difficulties. More business support is required from government to help employers increase their capability to invest in skills and create better quality and more productive jobs’.
Unispace: ‘With so many employees indicating a desire for workplace improvements, there is clearly a need to re-think workspaces across the UK and Ireland to encourage employees back’.
FSB: ‘As they attempt to focus on getting back to full strength, small firms are up against supply chain disruption, spiralling costs and debilitating skills shortages. Unfortunately, it’s against this backdrop that the government has decided to hike national insurance contributions and dividend taxation’.
Activ People: ‘The pandemic has altered the workplace forever. This brings with it enormous benefits for many workers, however there are also risks such as burnout as highlighted by the this report’.
HMRC have been contacting those who have claimed the first, second and/or third SEISS grants to ensure they add the information onto their self-assessment tax return.