Christmas is a jovial time of year. However, it comes with numerous HR challenges.
When I set up Pimlico Plumbers in 1979, plumbing didn’t have the best reputation, plagued by cowboys turning up in rusty vans. I had to change this perception if I was to stand any chance of winning, and keeping, work.
While GDPR comes with challenges, companies can take advantage of this data detox – get rid of those mass and inaccurate datasets – to beat the competition.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub we’re taking a look through the A-Z of key business fleet terms, so what is there to learn about personal use of company vehicles?
To cut through the noise, take a look through our A-Z of business fleet terms. Being penalised for having an uninsured driver is something to avoid.
Clarke Willmott associate Karen Chapman and senior associate Stuart Hoysted, examine ten of the most common debt recovery myths.
The Co-operative Bank’s announcement that it had put itself up for sale was seen by many, especially in the media, as the signing of its own death warrant. But the sale of a troubled company can have advantages for the seller, as well as the buyer.
The Insurance Act comes into force on 12 August 2016. While this may seem a long way off, it fundamentally changes the way business insurance will be underwritten, so you should ensure you don't breach any of your future duties.
How can you protect yourself and limit your personal liability when you set up a company? This guide explains it all.
An “it will never happen to me” mentality and "allergy" to paperwork is seeing many SMEs fail to take out employers' liability insurance – but what is its true value?
Is limited liability still alive and kicking in limited companies? James Lamont looks at how liable you are for your business decisions.
Running a business is hard work. The day-to-day realities of self-employment can be harsh, particularly in such an unpredictable economic climate. (Sponsored)