The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been put in place by government to prevent redundancies. Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Ltd explains how furlough, a key element of the scheme, works in practice.
Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Ltd answers your questions on statutory sick pay and COVID-19
Chamber sets out how it is re-focussing its work to give maximum support to all those who live, work and do business in Haslemere.
It’s time to work on better business communication to retain customers during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Surrey Chambers create Coronavirus advice and information hub for local businesses
Concerned at whether your Business Interruption Insurance covers you during the Covid 19 outbreak? Read on
The Haslemere Bookshop is offering Chamber members discounts on management or business books and off our featured book-of-the-month
Surrey Chambers want hear from businesses who are feeling the impact of the coronavirus. Complete their survey and have your say.
The coronavirus is likely to have an impact on staff absence over the coming months. Brenda Roper of BD Roper Ltd outlines the key points for businesses to consider.
Haslemere’s business community is working hard to make sure it continues to serve customers following confirmed cases of coronavirus within the local area.
Patients at Holy Cross Hospital will benefit from the purchase of a new ambulance, thanks to the fundraising achievements of the Friends of Holy Cross.
Peter and Louise Searight of the Remarkable Studio hosted the Chamber’s first ‘Meet the Business’ of 2020 on Wednesday 12th February.
The Chamber was asked for a response to ongoing concerns about parking in Wey Hill.
The legislation on the staff terms and conditions is changing on 6th April. Click to learn more
The Chamber President met with Detective Superintendent Ben Lee of the Surrey Police on Monday 20 January
An update from the Camber’s January Committee meeting
Reserve the date: The Chamber’s AGM will be held on Wednesday 22nd April at Red.H on West Street