Creating an engaging and eye-catching logo is crucial for many businesses, but make sure you’re compliant when it comes to copyright.
What happens when an employee simply doesn’t turn up to work one day? As an employer, you have an obligation to ensure their safety at work, and even when they’re not there, such as when you encounter an empty desk with no prior warning or notice. Although there might be a genuine reason for an unsolicited absence, there is a chance that the employee might have taken another job. In this case, you need to be armed with the right legal information to deal with the situation effectively.
A contract is a binding agreement between two or more parties, defining the expectations of each participant. This legally enforceable arrangement should make doing business easier – however underlying issues can lead to disputes. Here are four tips to avoid getting in trouble.
Once, the worlds of law and tech were poles apart. Now they make up the new and exciting frontier of business innovation.
Understanding how they differ can mean the difference between abiding by and breaking the law.
ASG Technologies’ Jesse Canada explores the reputational damage that a data leak can cause – and the ways bosses can protect their brands.
The advantages of expanding overseas are vast – but things can quickly go wrong. Here, Rick Hammell, the CEO of Elements Global Services, highlights the common reasons why international expansion fails.
For many software businesses, international expansion is a crucial route for sustaining growth. Reaching new customers and broadening talent pools are good reasons to pursue a global strategy – and the time has never been better to do so.
This week, up and down the country, millions of self-employed contractors will be glued to their smartphones, radios and TV screens to discover the outcome of a court case that will have major ramifications on their livelihoods.
The body responsible for writing the UK’s advertising rules, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP), has published a consultation on a proposed rule to prohibit the use of harmful gender stereotypes.
Much research has been dedicated to the upheavals needed to be ready for the May 25 GDPR deadline, with a report revealing only 21% of UK SME bosses are “very confident” that they understand all the regulations that apply to them.
A healthy cash flow is essential for any business – timely invoicing and polite reminders aren’t always enough to ensure your customers pay for your goods or services, which can have a severe impact on your business.