This will only apply where they work for an employer who has previously furloughed employees. This applies to people on adoption leave, shared parental leave, and parental bereavement leave, see link above. The scheme will otherwise close to new entrants from 30 June.
Centre for Cities High Streets Recovery Tracker
As the lockdown in response to the Coronavirus pandemic begins to ease, Centre for Cities tracks the recovery of high streets in Britain's cities and large towns.
Using anonymised mobile phone data, the tracker looks at the scale and the pace of city centre recovery so far across UK cities and large towns. The tracker will allow us all to analyse levels of activity across cities and understand ,the degree to which activity is returning to previous levels and how different cities compare - for both their daytime and night-time economies.
The tracker can be accessed here and you can see what it is already showing about city centres as places of work and leisure, day and night.
Opportunity to turn industry expertise into new teaching career with Cambridge Regional College (CRC)
Would you consider using your technical knowledge and skillset in the classroom? Are you passionate about helping others learn your trade, and excel? Would you like to earn a salary while retraining and studying?
Cambridge Regional College is looking to recruit high-calibre industry experts into teaching roles by funding both their studies, and paying a salary for the duration of training, as part of the 10 million pound government funded programme, Taking Teaching Further.
Interested? Click here to see further details.
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