Commenting on UK Finance’s latest figures (30 April) on the number of firms successfully accessing CBILS, the BCC’s Head of Economics Suren Thiru said:
The leading business organisation’s weekly tracker poll, which serves as a barometer of the pandemic’s impact on businesses and the effectiveness of government support measures
Commenting on the Chancellor’s announcement of the Bounce Back loans scheme for micro businesses, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Commenting on the Education & Skills Funding Agency’s announcement of a post-16 provider relief scheme which will seek to continue education and training during the coronavirus pandemic, BCC Head of People Policy Jane Gratton said:
Commenting on temporary measures announced by Business Secretary Alok Sharma on 23 April to safeguard businesses against aggressive debt recovery actions during the coronavirus pandemic, BCC Head of People Policy Jane Gratton said:
Commenting on the latest UK Finance update on the number of firms successfully accessing CBILS, the BCC’s Head of Economics Suren Thiru said:
The Working Time Regulations 1998 (“WTR”) have been amended to allow the carry-over of untaken leave where the leave cannot be taken due to COVID-19.
Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker reveal that?the vast majority of?businesses surveyed have furloughed a proportion of their workforce, and are awaiting funds from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme as payday approaches
We’re aware that businesses have faced challenges accessing the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).