Regus – Header – feb 2018

Saving tax on seasonal gifts

As the festive season approaches, BLM Group’s Editorial Director Steve Fisher looks at the ins and outs on what tax can be claimed at...

Are You Busy Being Busy – by Fiona Duncan Founder/Director of...

Returning to work in the new year can be tough, so what better way to start 2018 than this interview with Fiona Duncan Founder/Director of...

Warning to landlords on energy efficiency measures

Private commercial property landlords have less than nine months to ensure their portfolios meet new energy efficiency legislation say Lambert Smith Hampton. From 1st April...

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...

How the use of technology can encourage workplace inclusivity

Richard Dorf, CEO at PXtech, explains how the latest technology can safeguard businesses and open the workplace to a wider workforce. In light of last...

Is your business up to speed with the GDPR regulations?

Many businesses still don’t understand the issues surrounding GDPR – the General Data Protection Regulations – which are set to be implemented in May...

Compensation claims and self-employment – what are the risks?

Rebecca Priestley, associate and solicitor at Nottingham’s Nelsons Solicitors, discusses the ins and outs of compensation claims and the risks for self-employed people. There are...

Midlands businesses are UK’s most optimistic about Brexit

Middle market businesses across central England are more positive about the economic impact of Brexit over the next five years than any other region...

Voting opens on plans to create BID Leicester

A strong turnout supported the launch of the BID Leicester ballot - a move aimed at creating a Business Improvement District for the city. Companies...

“Unreasonable” or “expected” behaviour – what’s the difference?

By Ben Lawson, associate, family law at Geldards LLP. Is the ill treatment of one spouse to another unreasonable if that behaviour is deemed to...

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East Midlands firms urged to get involved in Heathrow consultation

Businesses in the East Midlands are being encouraged to take part in a ten-week consultation over plans for a new runway and associated expansion...

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