There are certain things about running a business that make you feel like you’re banging your head against a brick wall.
These are exciting times in employment law.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) gives employees and employers more flexibility and allows people to use mobile or cloud apps to share files and folders. However, while the functionality of BYOD is certainly enjoyed by many there are some serious risks that come with it – especially when it comes to putting it on to the secured network.
A ruling from the European Court of Justice (ECJ), brought into effect 1 October now allows for a parody exception to copyright.
Business leaders want the UK to remain in the European Union in order to keep exporting easily, according to a new survey.
Over the past decade or more, we have seen a sharp increase in Employment Tribunal claims. Considered a huge burden of time and money for both businesses and the judicial system, the Coalition Government recently introduced a series of measures to try to reduce the number of cases. These included the introduction of tribunal fees last year and, since May 6 this year, a mandatory process of Early Conciliation.
If new car sales are representative of the performance of the UK economy, then there are further signs that confidence within the business sector is improving.
Leading academics have proposed that an “open-ended clause” be added to EU trademark law. This would grant courts the freedom to create new defences against trademark infringement on a case-by-case basis.
Word of mouth referrals are worth their weight in gold. Here are five ways to create a successful referral programme.
Your customers can also be your best ambassadors. Here is how you can encourage them to play a role in developing your business.
Manufacturing output in the three months in August 2014 was stagnant, when compared with the last few months. However, compared to the last year, shows strong growth.
A breakdown of average personal assistant salaries shows a wide spread of numbers – how much do you pay your PA, and is it enough?