A @UKSupremeCourt ruling means that organisations such as Universities #andColleges that have used leaseback arrangements will not be subject to retrospective #VAT charges and could now save millions of pounds, say leading tax and advisory firm, @BlickRothenberg:
To salvage positives from the rubble of the pandemic is a difficult task, particularly given we are still far from being out of the crisis. However, all sectors appreciate that there are key learnings which have been exposed by Covid-19 over the past 12 months, and education is no exception.
#GreenSkillsWeek - Shining a spotlight on the green economy and opening the minds of young people to the jobs available
No one can dispute that the pandemic has played havoc with lives and livelihoods by disrupting employment and education, and threatening the foundations of our economy. But as we have seen before, disruption on such a massive scale provides an opportunity to challenge those things which we have accepted as the norm and catalyse change.
#VUCA: What is it and why does it matter to business success?
There is no doubt that the outbreak of COVID-19 highlights the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world in which we now live. From permanently working at home and social distancing to travel bans and physical health risks, COVID-19 is an extreme case of VUCA. Within these unprecedented times, tomorrow’s difficulties are hard to predict, and businesses, in particular, are having to adapt to change and challenges faster than ever before.
There’s been a lot of change in the education sector over the last 12 months, and it’s only recently that institutions have started reopening their doors to teachers and pupils alike, to assume physical – instead of virtual – classroom learning once again.
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