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British workers are largely optimistic about returning to the office, though concerns remain over whether employers will put the right

August 13, 2020
Big Four firm PwC said its global revenue grew three per cent to $43bn in 2019-20, despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The chair and senior partner of PwC UK Kevin Ellis said the Big Four firm had found it needed to

August 12, 2020
In this episode Christian talks to Jean Stephens, global CEO of RSM International, the world’s sixth largest audit, tax and consulting network.

Subscribe to The City View Podcast: Apple / Google / Spotify / RSS In this episode Christian talks to Kevin Ellis, chairman and senior partner at audit

August 12, 2020
City workers burnout tech micro focus

Almost half of managers at British businesses fear their staff are at risk of burnout, as the pandemic forces employers

August 11, 2020
derwent

Property firm Derwent London this morning said it expects demand for office space to be resilient despite the coronavirus pandemic,

August 11, 2020
London city restaurants

A top London restaurateur is preparing to launch an outdoor seating area at his venue Bank in a bid to

August 10, 2020
London restaurants have urged mayor Sadiq Khan to drop the congestion charge and encourage people to visit the capital on public transport in a bid to survive after the end of lockdown

London’s restaurants and bars have called on Sadiq Khan to drop the congestion charge and encourage public transport use to

August 10, 2020
Legal & General chief executive Nigel Wilson said is is vital to “break down” the fear of using public transport to get workers back to the office.

Legal & General chief executive Nigel Wilson said it is vital to “break down” the fear of using public transport

August 10, 2020
Transport for London enforcement officers have so far stopped 33,500 people from getting on public transport unless they put on face masks, according to the latest figures.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said keeping London’s hospitality businesses and venues open should be an “urgent priority” during

August 10, 2020
Coronavirus arrives in Canary Wharf

As City firms prepare their return to the office, the chief executive of Canary Wharf Group has declared the development

August 10, 2020
London's office stand mostly empty during lockdown, but employers must make it safe for staff to return for the sake of our capital's future

Despite a tentative easing of the national lockdown, the lingering economic and social consequences of this policy are frighteningly obvious

August 10, 2020
In this episode Christian talks to Jean Stephens, global CEO of RSM International, the world’s sixth largest audit, tax and consulting network.

Subscribe to The City View Podcast: Apple / Google / Spotify / RSS In this episode Christian is joined by Nigel Wilson, chief executive of Legal and

August 10, 2020

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