Compliance is often seen as a nuisance, a “have to do” that’s part of the price of admission for companies working at global scale. However, it can differentiate your business and attract more customers.
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Will Shepherd, CEO at Cohesion Recruitment, highlights the benefits that an early talent workforce can have on a business.
Your brand is your organisation’s most valuable asset. It needs continual investment for it to grow and thrive. However, securing that investment is not easy.
Jonathan Hemus, managing director of Insignia, highlights the reputational impact that cyber attacks can have on an organisation, particularly in the light of GDPR.
Following the recent spate of government resignations about the new Brexit strategy and Theresa May’s subsequent reshuffle of her top team, Tech City is paying close attention to see what comes next.
The case for “greening” your small business is compelling. It benefits the health of your workforce, society and the planet, writes Steve Edgell of Cycle Solutions. In many cases, going green will also save you money.
If you’re thinking of introducing company cars as a perk for your employees then on first look, the tax obligations can seem daunting. We look at the taxes that apply and help you consider the best fuel types for company cars.
With the House of Lords examining the effectiveness of the Bribery Act, Aziz Rahman of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli argues that the Act seems unnecessarily hard on SMEs.
The corporate and commercial team at Hillyer McKeown has found a common golden thread when it comes to family businesses: good planning means fewer arguments. Here’s guidance based on frequently asked questions from clients – such as ownership and how to protect your assets.
Recruiting and retaining team members is a key priority for any firm. Yet in the media we hear endless stories about employee morale and loyalty being at an all-time low, with many looking around for new opportunities.
How much do you know about holiday entitlement? If the answer is not a lot then you need to swot up as there are certain legal requirements. Specialist employment lawyer Matt Gingell highlights the most important areas to look at.
Litigation funding is going from strength to strength in the UK, after Augusta unveiled a £150 million war chest. However, there is an increasing trend for law firms to float, which gives the company the option of tapping its shareholders to fund litigation cases.