Newsletters From BTU

The Lloyds “Circuit-breaker”

The second wave is well and truly here and crucial to what happens next will be all “our behaviours”. Large parts of the country are now under local lockdowns and the likelihood is that we will all move up the three-level scale at different times. There is every...

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Working From Home Survey

Thousands of Lloyds staff are still working from home and the likelihood is that this is going to continue well into next year. Has the novelty worn off? Are you suffering from ‘Zoom fatigue’? Are you desperate to get back to the office to see friends and colleagues?...

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It’s Bad Timing, Jo

Things are heading in the “wrong direction”. Infections are on the rise, which inevitably is going to lead to more hospital admissions and deaths according the Prime Minister and his senior medical advisers. The second wave is here. The only real question is the...

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No Mask – No Entry

When it comes to wearing of face coverings, the bank has said: “All colleagues must wear a face covering in our branches. The safety of our colleagues and customers is paramount and our guidance reflects this. You may find our guidance exceeds the requirements in your...

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Bonuses, Pay and Covid

The Bank has been warning staff that there will be little or no payments made through the Group Performance Share for 2020. In a message to staff earlier in the year, the bank said: “As you will have seen in the news, the impact of the coronavirus outbreak is expected...

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