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HMRC encouraging people to file tax return sooner rather than later

HMRC: ‘We are encouraging customers to plan their Self Assessment as they’d plan for Christmas – get organised, complete their to-do list with plenty of time to avoid that last minute rush’.

Over 50,000 people used HMRC app to pay self-assessment

HMRC: ‘We’re seeing more and more people embrace the convenience and flexibility the HMRC app offers’.

Majority of work spaces not set up to enable employees’ best ability

Unispace: ‘The modern workplace needs to strike a balance between enabling collaboration and individual work. That includes having separate breakout areas for group socialisation and spaces for focus work, private conversations and meetings’.

Recruitment industry play huge role in driving recovery

REC: ‘With an unpredictable economic outlook, but severe shortages of labour, it has never been more important for businesses to work with recruiters who are able to offer the advice they need to shape a winning offer.’

UK employees can now ask for flexible working from day one

CIPD: ‘We’ve been calling for this change as it will help create fairer, more inclusive workplaces and improve access to flexible jobs for many people’.

Government urged to prevent energy suppliers overcharging SMEs

FSB: ‘Energy suppliers need to recognise their roles in ensuring this multi-billion-pound help package serves its purpose and is not exploited at the expense of taxpayers or the livelihoods of the small business community’.

Many SMEs relying on Energy Bills Relief to survive

FSB: ‘It’d be a real shame and great loss to our economy if those who managed to get through the pandemic and this tough winter with government support end up closing their businesses because relief ends too sharply in April’.

Immigration Minister urged to fix RTW system

REC: ‘Introducing the digital right to work was a hugely positive step, but costs are currently too high, and the system treats different workers unfairly, as well as exposing firms to risk’.