A major UK study involving researchers from the University of Sheffield into the long-term health impacts of Covid-19 on hospitalised patients has been launched.
Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker in partnership with job site Indeed reveal that businesses are operating at half of their pre-Covid 19 capacity on average, despite lockdown measures easing.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed traditional production shift working to new flexible shift patterns to keep the business operating and staff safe. This can provide untapped saving opportunities on electricity costs if managed effectively.
Stowe Family Law has strengthened its Yorkshire roots by opening an office in Sheffield, its eighth in the county. This takes the firm’s national presence to 23 offices, reinforcing its position as the country’s largest specialist family law practice.
Sheffield Hallam has collaborated with a local firm to develop new small horseboxes and trailers with habitation for the North American market.
The University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union has been awarded the Whatuni Student Choice Award for Best Students’ Union, rooting the organisation firmly at the top spot for the fourth consecutive year.
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s speech today (17 July), setting out the next steps in England’s Coronavirus response, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: