Following the announcement that England will move to Plan B as the Omicron variant spreads, Ladyboss HR discusses the implications for businesses.
December 16, 2021
“It’s the economy, stupid.” Martin Liptrot looks at the consequences of the recent standoff over increasing the U.S. Governments borrowing limit.
Merseyrail passengers have been revealed as the most satisfied in the UK following a survey conducted by independent travel watchdog Transport Focus.
With the global building floor area expected to double by 2060 to accommodate the largest surge of urban growth in human history, achieving zero emissions from new construction will require energy efficient buildings.
In his final blog of the year, Frank McKenna expresses his concerns about the long-term future of the NHS and public services if we don’t quickly learn to live with Covid.
This week Jim looks back on 2021 a rollercoaster year for business and the Prime Minister, whilst abroad there were worrying signs of future conflict.
Frank McKenna, is urging Chancellor Rishi Sunak and the government to re-introduce some financial support packages for businesses, as the imposition of new restrictions threatens many with closure.
The chief executive of Liverpool City Region-based I Am Moore has called on employers who are signed up to the Government’s Kickstart Scheme to use their kickstarters or lose them, before the March 2022 deadline.
The Liverpool Place Partnership officially launched its Future Impact Board at its partner meeting when it also revealed its plans to shake things up at MIPIM Cannes in 2022 and in the future.
Local training provider Training 2000 donates almost 400kg of items to Blackburn Food Bank with the help of staff, learners and employers.
Birmingham-based property developer, Cordia Blackswan has reported a year-on-year growth of the business by 143%.
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