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Is it discriminatory to be told to speak English at work?

Leicester has become a poster city for multicultural Britain. A recent study crowned Narborough Road as officially the most diverse high street in the...

Five considerations for keeping employees safe

In the wake of the recent events in Paris, Toni Robinson, director at Qdos Consulting, gives us her top five considerations for keeping employees...

The Living Wage – more questions than answers

There has been much noise about the imminent raising of the Living Wage. Whilst trade unions understandably consider the move a triumph, business owners...

Exploring international opportunities: 5 ways to unlock global potential

Exporting your products or services can take your business to a whole new level. But how do you start on the export trail? Alistair...

The joys of being a manager

It is a truth universally acknowledged that most managers will at some point in their careers encounter an employee who is difficult to deal...

Why your team is not engaged

How many of your top performing team have left you - leaving you, as their leader, wondering why, asks Stuart Ross of Global High...

Allied Irish Bank (GB) Nottingham – How Invoice Discounting can support...

By Mark Edon, head of Invoice Discounting at Allied Irish Bank (GB)  Invoice Discounting (ID) has been around for decades now, but let’s be...

Is it all in the name?

Helen Webster, employment solicitor at Gateley Plc looks at the anonymous recruitment scheme that hit the headlines recently and considers the future implications for...

Advice for the office Christmas party

So it’s that time of year when the invitations to the firm’s office party arrive and suddenly you’re having flashbacks to last year’s event,...

The conflicts of interest and the dividends tax

It’s not often that you will hear an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) objecting to a piece of new legislation which in all likelihood would bring-in...

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UK firms face being kicked off .eu domain websites after Brexit

More than 300,000 British firms and individuals could be kicked off their .eu websites after Brexit. According to recent figures, about 10% of the .eu...

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