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The Coronavirus (also referred to as Covid-19) has dominated news headlines for the past few weeks. It’s infected thousands of Chinese citizens and has spread to most countries around the globe - with no sign of slowing, we’re looking at simple things you can do to help minimise the risks...
Employees kept on by struggling businesses during the coronavirus outbreak will have 80% of their wages subsidised by the government, but ministers were criticised for not going so far for the self-employed.
Dr Luke Evans, a backbench MP (for Hinckley & Bosworth) has given his view on the current crisis and looks at what it means to furlough. Here he answers some questions raised since the recent announcements.
Are you considering the process? Find out more and read our advice here.
What are furloughed workers? The meaning of 'furlough', and how coronavirus measures work for UK employees.
Following the Prime Ministers’s announcement on 23 March, we’ve had many calls from business owners, concerned that the new, stricter measures announced by the government will mean that they have to shut their business for the next three weeks.
The Government yesterday announced the coronavirus job retention scheme which has backed up its requests of businesses affected by the crisis not to terminate the employment of its workers.
Detailed guidance for parents and employers has been published
Schools are scheduled to close at the end of Friday for an indefinite period and all GCSEs and A-Levels have been cancelled.
Our E-Learning modules will enable you to train your staff in the comfort of the office, or in their own homes.
Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, announcing that the government will reimburse small employers yesterday, we have been asked to provide further details on the terms of the proposal.
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Washing your hands is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself and others from illnesses such as food poisoning and flu. Washing your hands properly removes dirt, viruses and bacteria to stop them spreading to other people and objects, which can spread illnesses.
Coronavirus has plunged the world into uncertainty and the constant news about the pandemic can feel relentless. All of this is taking its toll on people's mental health, particularly those already living with conditions like anxiety and OCD. So how can we protect our mental health?
The Government has announced details about the emergency Coronavirus Bill which it plans to publish this week which will provide powers and mechanisms to deal with the current crisis.
In the budget and yesterday’s briefing, the Government announced a range of packages which can be summarised as follows with the likelihood of more measures to be announced over the next week including possible direct support for wage payments.
It’s a new type of virus that was first identified in Wuhan City, China. Symptoms are similar to a common cold, they could include a fever and a cough, which could progress to severe pneumonia causing shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
If you don't have Microsoft Office, or Microsoft Word installed on your PC or Mac, don't worry - you can still use our products. You can get a free alternative from Open Office.
Open Office Org is open-source developed alternative to Microsoft Office, developed by a large software company called Oracle. Open Source means the company who build the software, allow 100% use of it, 100% free.
Since Open Office is specifically developed to be exactly the same as Microsoft Office, with all the same programs in the suite (Eg: Word, Excel, Access and Power Point) - it will freely open any Microsoft Office file-format. Meaning, just because a document was written in Microsoft Word, doesn't mean it can't be opened in another program. Open Office will do that, and vise versa.
To download and install Open Office;