“If you’re in the closet in school or at home, then it might as well be 1981 for you.”

Fresh off the back of the success of his latest TV drama, It’s a Sin, Russell T Davies, has shared his thoughts on how important it is to support LGBT+ young people through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. The acclaimed screenwriter has pledged to support The Proud Trust’s new LGBT+ Centre in Manchester, a state-of-the-art… Read More »

Loving Lockdown?

Loving Lockdown? The Joys of Being a Working Parent

Feeling trapped and overwhelmed with family and work life? On this edition of The Business Brunch we are joined by Jessica Mason from Chapman Robinson & Moore, Nicola Wallbank from Julian Taylor Solicitors, Howard Feather from NatWest and Katerina Kurgane, also from Chapman Robinson & Moore as they talk about the pressures of being a parent in lockdown and how they are managing to cope with work and home life.

Digital Poverty in the UK in 2021

Digital Poverty

Many of us take connection to the internet for granted…we have phones, laptops and plenty of them. We all know what it’s like when we lose our mobile or, heaven forbid, internet connection. So imagine living in a world where you don’t have a phone, a laptop or internet connection… how would you get by?

Photo of Offices at night by Alex Powell

Join Carter Jonas’ Webinars

Our professionals are contributing to a range or property webinars over the next few months, including a focus on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc from both a research and housing perspective. We are also outlining the findings of our flagship commercial property research report, Commercial Edge. All events are virtual, and you are invited to attend.

Loving Lockdown?

Loving Lockdown? The Joys of Being a Working Parent

Spending more time with family, saving money on the daily commute – There are plenty of reasons why being in lockdown should be a joy for working parents, but is that truly the reality people are experiencing?

Digital Poverty in the UK

Digital Poverty

On this episode of The Business Brunch guests will be discussing the issue of Digital Poverty in the UK, as 2020 illustrated the need for better connectivity for many who are now WFH or taking classes online.

Digital Poverty in the UK

Digital Poverty

On this episode of The Business Brunch guests will be discussing the issue of Digital Poverty in the UK, as 2020 illustrated the need for better connectivity for many who are now WFH or taking classes online.

Home Office image by Ivan Samkov

The Home Office of the Future: A Checklist

If you’re not doing it all of the time, you’ll be doing it some of the time and if you’re not doing it at all you’ll be the envy of many who don’t have a choice. ‘Working from home’ sounds great and it was always the ultimate working blag… “yeah, sure you are”.

Being More Inclusive

LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month, a great time for businesses to think about how inclusive they really are for LGBT employees and what they can do to become more so.

Rod Flavell, CEO, FDM

FDM Group pledges to hire over 2,000 new IT trainees this year

Leading FTSE 250 employer already ‘inundated’ with 1,500 job applications this year