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Car breakers urged to be alive to the risks of fire

The Environment Agency is warning of an increased risk of fire car breakers’ yards, and urging operators to have Fire Prevention Plans in place. The...

Small businesses to get image help from PR professionals

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations has joined forces with the FSB to champion the interests of small business owners. The partnership will improve understanding...

Midlands Engine Chairman to speak at Greater Lincolnshire LEP event

Keynote speaker at this year’s Greater Lincolnshire LEP conference on Friday 28th September will be Sir John Peace, Chairman of the Midlands Engine. He will...

Phew: Another scorcher! Bosses urged to help workers stay comfortable in...

Britain’s largest employer organisation is encouraging companies to consider a range of measures to keep employees comfortable during the heatwave as the Met Office suggests...

Survey reveals how firms work to retain staff – and it’s not...

Aside from staff pay, firms are more likely to increase their investment in training and introduce more flexible working practices in order to retain...

Gas supplier searches for illegally-filled cylinders

LPG supplier Flogas Britain wants to hear from anyone who has bought LPG in one of its bottles from Attock Metals & LPG Ltd....

IT company warns computer users to beware of the ‘invisible hack’

Just as a good pickpocket can steal your belt without you feeling it, the latest computer hack is in danger of catching any business...

UK needs a long-term export strategy and not quick fixes, says...

A long-term, cross-government strategy, rather than short-term initiatives and campaigns, is the best way for the UK to export more and be a leading...

Minister urged to get more self-employed on track for a sound...

FSB National Chairman Mike Cherry has launched new demands in support of the UK’s 4.8m self-employed people, who represent 15% of all those in...

FSB says small firms need to be involved in detail behind...

The FSB says it wants its members to be involved in adding detail to the Brexit White Paper so that their interests are not...

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More Midlands firms consider flexible working option

More than two thirds of middle market businesses in the Midlands and East Anglia are considering new flexible working options for their employees –...

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