As companies all over the world have faced unprecedented business interruption over the last 18 months, many organizations put international expansion plans on hold.
An interesting and thought-provoking question – is it time to move away from our way of thinking looking for a cultural “fit” and adapt a cultural “contribution” as a different approach for future recruitment and promotion within our organisations?
Released just now (26 August) from the government is a further extension to this adjustment till 5 April 2022.
So, is the next challenge going to be how to retain and attract talent to businesses or are we facing in the next 12 months what is named as the “great resignation” and; are the employees the ones in the driving seat?
With the extension of the CJRS to the end of September came the news that from 1st May 2021 more employees could potentially be eligible for the scheme.
ACAS last week has published guidance on whether these conditions are classed as a disability, and how employers should be dealing with employees who may fall within this category.
We want to provide some top line guidance in relation to vaccinations of your workforce, so that you can start to consider what is appropriate for your own organisation.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is to be extended until at least 2 December 2020, and the Job Support Scheme is now postponed until the Government advises.
We have sourced some useful information that may be beneficial to share with your employees, whilst we await further government clarification on a number of points.
Following the previous Global COVID-19 Support post, see listed a few more Q and A’s from the following countries, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Netherlands, and Mexico.