The UK government has set out plans to change the UK insolvency rules to help businesses who are struggling as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
Month: <span>March 2020</span>
The coronavirus crisis is causing concern for business owners across the country, particularly those who have to stop trading or can’t afford to cover employees’ sick pay.
If you’re in this position, the government has announced a series of measures to help keep your business running.
If you’ve ever been on a conference call, you’ll appreciate the importance of the ‘mute’ button – just because you can’t see the people on the other end of the call it doesn’t mean you can’t hear them, or that they can’t hear you.
And so the mute button comes in handy to mask everything from eating during a lunchtime conference call to an unavoidable coughing fit. It can also help to mask the myriad of other things you could be doing while on a conference call.
If you’re a business owner struggling with the impact of the coronavirus crisis, there is financial help at hand. Here is a run down of the financial support currently offered by the UK government.
The coronavirus crisis has seen all schools across the UK close indefinitely, with most accepting that the kids won’t be back in school before the start of the traditional summer holidays in July.
This means that, in addition to having to work from home, those of use with kids will now have to consider them during our daily routine – although everyone will have work to do, everyone being stuck in the house hardly makes for conditions that are conducive to productivity.
Here are five top tips help you successfully work from home with kids in the house.