With businesses more likely to use digital contracts, the potential for confusion has multiplied. Terms can now be hidden away in a hyperlink, and the signatory is expected to read all the terms linked to, even when these could be open to change or too general for certain parties.
Departing employees are often well-placed to make use of confidential information. That’s where restrictive covenants come in.
With over 50 per cent of his business coming through public sector tenders, Richard Blanford reflects on why he’s been successful in getting work this way.
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Christina Wojcik, vice president of legal services at Seal Software, breaks down the steps to consider throughout M&A deals.
While it’s a quarter of a century since Richard Blanford set up Fordway, he reflects on new opportunities and why he’s in business for the same reasons.
Starting a business that would one day go on to achieve a gross transaction value of £450m and net revenue of £25m around the time of the dot.com boom, entrepreneur Dale Murray has a story with as many twists and turns as a Stephen King thriller.
If you have ever attended one of those team building courses chances are that you will have had to participate in the activity where you are asked to close your eyes and fall backwards safe in the knowledge that a colleague will catch you. This is of course designed to illustrate (very effectively) the importance and value of trust.
In 2014, the subject of workplace culture was so prevalent that Merrian-Webster identified it as the word of the year. With this being based on the number of “lookups” of crises that appeared in the news, it seems it remains an elusive subject for some – including these five firms.
Having previously explored the three factors that businesses needed to consider before the international stage became feasible, here are some more tips for those looking towards the overseas market in the new year.
David Vine, UK SMB MD for Concur, gives his thoughts on the government's new small business commissioner – detailing what kind of powers they should have and why clout and determination are key.
Only one worker in 166 has ever read their contract and understand its contents, according to new research published today.
From an enterprise run out of his own home for more than a year, John Loveday's Spearhead Compliance Training is generating some serious attention and is evidence of what can be done after a career in the armed forces comes to an end.