Monday, December 6, 2021
Employment

Retail employment at fastest rate in years, new research says

The retail industry is scurrying to hire employees at the fastest rate in years as reopenings take place across the UK. 
B&M

B&M condemns “nonsense” Irish border rules

B&M chief executive Simon Arora has reportedly condemned the "nonsense" Irish border rules that have forced the retailer to carry out excessive veterinary checks across the Irish Sea.
What can retailers do to combat labour shortages amid Covid-19 & Brexit? visa immigration sponsorship

How can retailers combat labour shortages amid Covid-19 & Brexit?

Experts dicuss what can retailers do to combat rising labour shortages amid the Coviid-19 pandemic and Brexit.
Brexit red tape

Brits face high grocery bills as EU red tape threatens to increase costs

Brits face higher bills for their weekly grocery shop as higher shipping, raw materials costs, and the EU red tape threatens to increase the cost of food.
Tesco tells suppliers to ship food across Irish Sea themselves

Tesco tells suppliers to ship food across Irish Sea themselves

Tesco is reportedly set to make suppliers ship food to Northern Ireland via the Irish Sea themselves, saying the border checks have (...)
Marks & Spencer M&S Brexit

M&S to buy more food from EU as it faces Brexit disruption

Marks & Spencer is reportedly poised to start buying more food from countries within the EU as it faces border disruption in Northern Ireland.
Brexit border checks

UK to introduce phased border checks in the Irish Sea from October

The UK is planning on introducing phased border checks on food products in the Irish Sea from October this year.
Job cuts were at their lowest in seven years this August, according to data from the government's Insolvency Service,

UK retail faces labour shortage due to Brexit & Covid

UK retailers are struggling to hire staff as lockdown restrictions continue to ease amidst an exodus of overseas workers because (...)
UK can "make history" by banning fur, MP says

UK can “make history” by banning fur, MP says

The UK should “make history” by becoming the first country in the world to ban the importation and sale of fur, a Labour MP has suggested.
Cashback without purchase to be allowed by shops after post-Brexit law change

Cashback without purchase to be allowed by shops after post-Brexit law change

Corner shops, pubs and cafes will soon be able to offer cashback without people having to make a purchase first.

Feature Resource

The future of e-commerce payments

The rapid growth of online retail transactions is adding strain to legacy card payment systems that merchants have relied on for years. Meanwhile, open...