The July 2023 survey of 142 social enterprises found continued resilience and cautious recovery, although many are still uncertain about their futures
Despite their contribution, many staff working within social enterprises are not eligible for the recently negotiated NHS pay rise despite working on the same terms and conditions as set out under the Agenda for Change framework.
Social Enterprise Barometer reports are published quarterly to provide a snapshot of social enterprise performance as well as how specific economic and political developments are affecting social enterprises. The April 2023 survey of 96 social enterprises found that overall, projected growth figures are up on last quarter. Projected turnover and profit figures are also positive, … Continued
In these troubled times, it is welcome that the expanded Dormant Asset Scheme will provide £880 million to essential causes, including through social investment and a Community Wealth Fund.
The most recent Social Enterprise Barometer report published on 9 February shows that the next quarter is critical for many social enterprises with more than on in ten social enterprises across the UK expecting reduced turnover or to close due to the tough economic climate.
According to Social Enterprise UK cuts to energy support for business will not deliver savings and could cost taxpayers more. If the proposed changes go through as many as 10,000 social enterprises could face closure putting as many as 160,000 jobs at risk and costing the UK billions in lost output and tax revenue. Peter … Continued
Thousands of social enterprises may not survive the winter amid rising energy and operating costs and concerns over accessing contracts and funding, according to the findings of Social Enterprise UK’s latest Social Enterprise Barometer Report.
SEUK’s Director of External Affairs was at Conservative Party Conference 2022 -here’s what he made of it.