“We are reshaping our business to transform the customer experience and set us up for the future. This means having the right balance between branches on the high street and our digital platforms, enabling us to offer the very best experience for our personal and business customers across the UK.”
May 12 – Carnival UK (owns P&O Cruises and Cunard) – 450
Raytheon (RTN) disclosed this week it will lay off 4,000 contractors, mostly engineers, as well as 1,000 corporate employees. And that’s on top of Raytheon’s previously announced plans to lay off 15,000 employees because of the downturn in the aviation industry.
“Retailers remain in survival mode, preserving cash and hanging on for more sustainable levels of demand to return. But the way we shop has changed on a permanent basis for many parts of the sector almost overnight. The reality is that many more retailers will fail and the number of job losses will ramp up […]
Laid off airline employees are not getting any benefits other than severance pay. That means no health insurance or free flights, and the airlines have said they don’t know when or if they’ll be needed again. And because of training and recertification requirements, it will be difficult to recall these former employees once they are […]
Apply for an advance - Claimants are able to get some cash within five days rather than waiting weeks for their first payment. But it’s a loan which means the repayments will be automatically deducted from your future Universal Credit payout. Alternative Payment Arrangements - If you’re falling behind on rent, you or your landlord may be […]
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The International Air Transport Association, which represents some 290 airlines, said last week that it estimates airline revenues this year will be down at least 50% ($419 billion compared to $838 billion in 2019). The trade group urged governments to use Covid-19 testing to safely re-open borders and called for more financial support “to prevent […]
Airlines have called on governments to provide additional financial support and coordinate on rapid coronavirus tests to be given to passengers before flights. Doing so would make people more comfortable flying, they say, and allow governments to ease restrictions that have forced millions of tourists and business travelers to postpone or cancel their trips.
“The problem for us today is that [a vaccine] is so far over the horizon we put our companies at risk,” said Kirby. “By the time we get to March, even if we’re not past the coronavirus, and there’s a good chance we won’t be past it by then, but we’ll have a lot more […]