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The Covid-19 global pandemic has seen the largest ever annual fall in CO2 emissions as many countries have enforced lockdowns. It has been predicted by analysts that in 2020, emissions may fall by about 5%, the equivalent to 2.5bn tonnes of CO2. The UK alone has seen a fall of...Read more
As Lockdown measures start to ease, many businesses are looking to the future as they assess the prospect of reopening and getting staff back into the workplace safely.
Returning to the workplace will mean completely different things depending on your industry sector. It could mean recalling furloughed employees, putting an end...Read more
During this pandemic, many businesses have had to solely rely on mobile communication as their primary communication tool as many employees are now working from home. Mobile communication has never been so important for businesses and as a result many employers are seeing a spike in call and data volumes...Read more
The ongoing shift to remote working and carrying out our day to day business activities under social distancing measures has seen an increased demand for effective telecommunications, infrastructure and data connectivity. Digital technology has never been more valuable in helping us to remain connected with clients, staff and suppliers and has...Read more
Covid-19 has caused much disruption to the business environment as we know it, and this has had an impact on achieving compliance in some regulated areas.
Here’s an update on some of the recent changes to energy legislation that may affect your business:
1. Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)
One of the...
Many employees are now working from home and businesses have had to adapt to this change in working practice. Whilst some businesses had business continuity plans in place or employees that normally work from home, for other businesses the concept of home working is completely new and even unconsidered until it...Read more
Cybercrime has spiked since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. To adhere with government guidelines many employees are now working from home. Sadly, this leaves businesses more vulnerable to cyber security issues and criminals are taking full advantage. It is therefore essential that you are extra vigilant and ensure extra...Read more
Effective communication has never been more important but as we adapt to the “new normal” there are several new issues to consider. Now is a good time to assess your business communication systems and check that they are still fit for purpose whilst also reviewing your telecoms packages to keep...Read more
In times of uncertainty, it’s often difficult to look to the future and predict your company risk. We’ve asked one of our preferred insurance providers to examine those areas of insurance that should be prioritised, even if businesses are temporarily or partially closed.
1. Property Insurance including Contents and Fixtures &...Read more