A business” biggest asset is its workforce. So why are there still firms out there that aren?t paying their people what they are entitled to?
As a small business you must give customers every opportunity to spend their money. Providing them with the easiest and most convenient methods to part with their hard earned cash will ultimately boost your bottom line.
With technology, regulation and compliance advancing at such a rapid pace, it's important that companies keep abreast of any change that is likely to impact business and, notably, the ability to process payments – both inbound and outbound.
Bartering, livestock, shells, gold, paper money, credit cards and smartphones are just a few of the ways we have transacted over the years. As civilisation has evolved, so too have these exchanges and with that, the technology.
One of the most discussed topics in the last few months has centred around Pizza Express charging staff eight per cent of any tips they make.
Businesses who are considering redundancies or settlement agreements are urged to keep an eye on a consultation exercise about simplifying the tax and national insurance treatment of severance payments to employees.
It’s 20 years this September since eBay first appeared online. In technology terms this makes the online auction site a bit of dinosaur, but its influence in ecommerce has been dramatic and profound, significantly shaping and driving forward the concept of online shopping and making it accessible to small businesses.
With the Rugby World Cup fast approaching and an estimated economic impact of £2.2bn, there are plenty of ways businesses of all shapes and sizes can capitalise on this. Elavon's Hannah Fitzsimons advises on going contactless to avoid a scrum and why diversifying your payment options is a savvy move.
With retailers around the globe concentrating their attention on Asia as the next frontier, many make the mistake of focusing too heavily on China.
Consumers expect to be able to use their card at business establishments, so why aren't more businesses in tune with the demand
From 16 September, Transport for London (TfL) will introduce contactless payments for all pay as you go customers on the Tube, London Overground, DLR and Trams in addition to the capital's buses.
Mobile technology is changing the way we organise our lives and application developers are constantly looking for ways to streamline banking to accommodate these changes.