Nursery staff are having to provide food and help families with benefit claims as the coronavirus pandemic impacts parents with young children, according to new research by the University of Sheffield
With the new Covid 19 digital contact tracing app requiring people to perform at least four inter-related behaviours, experts have recommended that behavioural science is integrated within both the app itself and all associated communications.
The educational publisher Twinkl has joined the Our Frontline campaign to bring together mental health support and advice for teaching staff and remind them ‘it’s ok not to feel ok’, as they continue to support pupils during the coronavirus pandemic.
University of Sheffield researchers launch study into why young black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people experience higher levels of unemployment
This blog sets out considerations for businesses as the workforce returns to working from business premises on what is expected to be a gradual basis where feasible.
The Government has been racing to find ways to ease the lockdown restrictions, as the UK has been in lockdown since the end of March.
Commenting on plans to relax Sunday trading laws to help businesses trade through the Coronavirus crisis, as reported in The Times, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
The British Chambers of Commerce has launched an innovative partnership with Amazon to help businesses get back to work and kick-start the economy as lockdown restrictions ease.