The new Treasury Directions reflects what was previously announced by the Chancellor on 17 April when the scheme was extended to June, so it would be expected that a further Treasury Direction will be issued to take account of the further extension of the Scheme and the potential changes to its operation effective from August.
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During this time of flux, people will use this period of business interruption to reassess where and how they spend their money. Regardless of whether or not you work for a respected company with a stellar reputation, it’s vital that the people within that organisation build their own personal brand.
Article provided by Lucy-Rose Walker, Co-Founder of Misadventures in Entrepreneuring In the last week at Misadventures in Entrepreneuring Lucy-Rose and I have been taking a dose of our own medicine, that is, we have been picking back up tools and techniques that we use when we’re working with entrepreneurs all the time but very rarely apply to ourselves. And this week I have been reminded of why.
UPDATE: Coronavirus, social landlords and General Meetings – proposed legislation for companies, registered societies and SCIOs
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill was introduced on 20 May 2020 and is currently making its way through Parliament. It contains specific provisions regarding general meetings, which will be of interest to social landlords. While the next reading of the Bill is not until 3 June 2020, we have highlighted some of the key proposed provisions below.
Mental Health Awareness Week comes to an end on Sunday, with this year's theme is "kindness". With the trials and tribulations that the Coronavirus outbreak has brought, employers and employees are encouraged to think carefully about how they take steps to promote mental wellbeing.