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Firms offered chance to see the future of energy

Businesses will have the opportunity to find out about the latest energy efficiency ideas and technologies as part of EU Sustainable Energy Week, starting...

FSB urges small firms to think about crisis PR management

The FSB is urging the UK’s 5.5 million smaller businesses and the self-employed to put in place expert crisis PR management tools following BA’s...

PR – more than words

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. Cue the guitars, the gentle beat, the smoky bar room...

It’s a family affair – the need for governance in a...

By James Pinchbeck, marketing partner at Streets Chartered Accountants Family owned and managed businesses differ in many ways from their more corporate counterparts.  Perhaps the...

Inequality in work dress code

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. In recent times the promotion of gender equality has...

What would your employees say about working for you?

Rebecca Bull, owner and founder of My HR Hub asks: 'What would your employees say about working for you?   At My HR Hub we...

Sales and marketing or marketing and sales?

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. Let's take a little trip out of the office into...

The impact of tax changes on those with residential lettings

By Paul Merrell, tax partner at Streets Chartered Accountants. There have been a number of recent changes to the tax system which impact on individuals...

The Apprenticeship Levy – More than just another way to tax...

By Rhys Wyborn, senior associate at Geldards LLP. There has been some negative publicity surrounding this UK government initiative and suggestions that the levy is...

Is it lawful to be sacked via text message?

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. Employers should always take care when dismissing employees. The...

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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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