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A catalyst for change: New ways of working for the travel and tourism industry
Ian Bell

14 October 2020

As CJRS ends, the burning question on every senior leader’s mind will be workforce, and what next?

How manufacturers can lessen the impact of future coronavirus lockdowns
Ben Horseman

28 September 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the manufacturing sector unevenly. But with more lockdowns looming, what can manufacturing firms do to protect their operations?

Virtual roundtable for automotive manufacturers

01 September 2020

We are hosting a virtual round table forum specifically for automotive manufacturers at 12.30pm on Wednesday 16 September.

UK car manufacturing is at tipping point and needs support similar to property and hospitality sectors
Richard Bartlett-Rawlings

27 August 2020

The upturn in July’s figures for car production by 51 per cent compared to June is welcome news for the industry. However, with year on year production down 40 nearly per cent, the industry remains at a tipping point and in need of urgent targeted Government support.

VAT and Stamp Duty Land Tax changes for landlords
Ian Carpenter

30 July 2020

As a result of the coornavirus pandemic, many tenants are suffering a loss of income and want to vary the terms of their lease with their landlord. Read here for details of HMRC’s announced tax changes as a measure to preserve income for landlords.

The temporary reduced rate of VAT for leisure and hospitality may not be as simple as it seems
Audrey Fearing

14 July 2020

The Chancellor’s Summer Economic Statement delivered on 8 July included various measures to support hospitality and leisure businesses during the coronavirus emergency. They included a targeted temporary VAT cut for supplies of hospitality, hotel accommodation and admission to attractions.

Higher Education needs to consider all options from mergers to insolvency in the current climate
Lindsey Cooper

09 July 2020

The recent report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies paints a fairly gloomy picture for Higher Education and identifies that up to thirteen establishments may be at risk of insolvency.

Lease concessions due to the coronavirus and related accounting and tax considerations
Frederic Larquetoux

01 July 2020

Find out what alternative arrangements commercial tenants and landlords will need to consider in the current coronavirus situation regarding rent obligations, and the accounting and tax considerations these will hold.

Businesses need a further cash boost to help them survive beyond the 4 July reopening date
Paul Newman

24 June 2020

With doors opening on 4 July and the two-metre rule now relaxed, it will be back to business for the leisure and hospitality industry. However, this crisis doesn’t end with the dialling down of coronavirus lockdown and the easing of distancing measures.

Adapting to change and workforce planning: three people management tips for manufacturers
David Gibbens

24 June 2020

As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, our Head of HR Consultants David Gibbens outlines three workforce planning tips for manufacturers to consider in order to remain competitive in a significantly changed world.

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