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2022-04-05
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Anne Newton CEO Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Deputy Chair LLC, “Happy Christmas to you all and we hope a healthier more prosperous 2021! Well sadly there is little festive cheer around this season with many businesses under increasing stress with a combination of Brexit uncertainty and lockdown due to the more infectious Covid strainHe said he had. Of course, we continue to press for more support for businesses under enormous strain and for those businesses or self-employed who have been excluded thus far. We encourage all directors to check the pandemic grants available here and email us if you have any questions at [email protected]”

Anne continues, “Our young too deserve our help and the Kickstart Scheme offers just that and so we invite Richmond Borough employers to claim the Government assistance for new placements here. This scheme is a £2 billion fund to create hundreds of thousands of high quality 6-month work placements for young people aged 16-24 who are claiming Universal Credit and Richmond Chamber of Commerce RCC is coordinating Richmond Borough employers to deliver this important programme with Richmond upon Thames College RUTC. Businesses of all sizes looking to create quality jobs for young people can apply to create new 6-month job placements for young people who are currently on Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment. RELATED: The best and worst GP surgeries in south east London - according to patients

“The job placements should support the participants to develop the skills and experience they need to find work after completing the schemeThe Star studied more than 50 home security videos showin. The Government will fund 100% of the relevant National Minimum Wage for 25 hours a week, plus associated employer National Insurance contributions and employer minimum automatic enrolment contributions. In addition, businesses taking on a Kickstart candidate can opt to take the £1,500 wraparound training provided by RCC and RUTC, so that each young person receives comprehensive professional training provided by reputable UK bodies.”

Anne on Chamber of Commerce lobbying, “Brexit uncertainty is hindering many businesses too this Christmas tide and we are pressing Government to give businesses a chance to function with more clarity, certainty and advance warning on broad but essential business matters such as finance, tax, export documentation, legal ramifications, GDPR, settlement status issuesThere were 7,262 new cases Saturday, so that they can plan, budget and drive forward into European area and overseas too. LCCI recommends business prepares for WTO rules so that whatever happens trading can continue. Directors are scenario planning for various outcomes and this all this costs money and time and of course the day job is still there. Not easy times!”

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