2020-10-16 16:32:07| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Emails show senior managers expecting attendance at Nottingham HQ despite big spike in local casesCoronavirus latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoots told staff they were encouraged to come in to its headquarters in Nottingham, where Covid-19 infection rates are the highest in England, even after the government advised people to work from home where possible.Employees said messages from senior managers seen by the Guardian indicated they were expected to be at their desks for at least part of the week. Boots verified the messages, including one from its UK boss, Seb James, but denied that staff were put under any implicit pressure to be in its Nottingham office. Continue reading...
2020-10-15 17:12:04| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Heston Blumenthals Berkshire flagship says a number of workers are self-isolating Coronavirus latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageHeston Blumenthals world-famous restaurant the Fat Duck has announced a self-imposed two-week closure after several staff members returned positive Covid tests.The restaurant in Bray, Berkshire emailed those who had booked to dine there to inform them of the closure with immediate effect. Continue reading...
2020-10-15 03:41:42| The Economic Times
The government is keen to ensure that private-sector employees are also nudged to take advantage of the scheme that seeks to prop up consumer demand. The government expects this incentive to the private sector will generate additional consumer demand of Rs 28,000 crore.
2020-10-13 16:00:00| Marketing Profs - Concepts, Strategies, Articles and Commentaries
Most employers (88%) are worried about retaining valued staff amid COVID-19, according to a recent survey of senior managers conducted by Robert Half. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
2020-10-12 18:44:33| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Move will apply to those who choose to return to the office and follows similar deal in USCoronavirus latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageGoldman Sachs is preparing to offer free Covid-19 tests for its UK staff within weeks, as part of its global efforts to get bankers back to the office.The Wall Street lender revealed a testing programme for workers in the US on Friday, and indicated in a staff memo that similar programmes may be considered for its other large offices in the future. Continue reading...