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This week's appointments include: the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion

The High Court has ruled in favour of the government after a case was brought by Punch Taverns founder Hugh Osmond and Sacha Lord, the night-time economy adviser for Greater Manchester, to ease lockdown restrictions sooner.

Treat the post-Covid-19 pandemic period as “not ‘recovery’ but a ‘renaissance’” in which businesses and individuals experience “a little rebirth”, a CEO and former Special Air Service (SAS) soldier has urged recruiters.

Treat the post-Covid-19 pandemic period as “not ‘recovery’ but a ‘renaissance’” in which businesses and individuals experience “a little rebirth”, a CEO and former Special Air Service (SAS) soldier has urged recruiters.

The High Court has ruled in favour of the government after a case was brought by Punch Taverns founder Hugh Osmond and Sacha Lord, the night-time economy adviser for Greater Manchester, to ease lockdown restrictions sooner.

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has updated its guidance on working through umbrella companies this week, with key changes focused on clarifying and refining the information.

The changes have come, it is suggested, following pressure from stakeholders and experts in the industry, including Crawford Temple, CEO of Professional Passport, an independent assessor of payment intermediary compliance.

Three recruitment firms are among the 205 winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in 2021, joining a wide variety of companies, including truffle hunters, a ‘cutting tools and hole-cutting solutions’ organisation, a digital ski coach and a sex toy maker in being selected for the prestigious business honour.

Four recruitment firms are among the 205 winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in 2021, joining a wide variety of companies, including truffle hunters, a ‘cutting tools and hole-cutting solutions’ organisation, a digital ski coach and a sex toy maker in being selected for the prestigious business honour.

Three recruitment firms are among the 205 winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in 2021, joining a wide variety of companies, including truffle hunters, a ‘cutting tools and hole-cutting solutions’ organisation, a digital ski coach and a sex toy maker in being selected for the prestigious business honour.

Three recruitment firms are among the 205 winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in 2021, joining a wide variety of companies, including truffle hunters, a ‘cutting tools and hole-cutting solutions’ organisation, a digital ski coach and a sex toy maker in being selected for the prestigious business honour.

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