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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,...

“It’s great to be here…”

Tony Kelly, Regional Director, Allied Irish Bank (GB), shares his views on his first few months with the company. Having joined AIB (GB) just a...

When do you need a partnership agreement?

If you are in partnership (or are looking to enter into partnership) and you do not have a partnership agreement in place, then there...

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...

How to build momentum

The biggest competitor you have, every day of the week, is not what you think it is.  The biggest competitor is inertia, says Stuart...

Exit strategy checklist – how to maximise value

Toby Preston is a Partner at Bray & Bray Solicitors who specialises in buying and selling companies and businesses of different sizes across many...

Leicestershire firms offered free environmental survey

Climate Change What’s Your Plan? is a free environmental survey offered by Leicester City Council to any organisation in the county. The survey aims to...

A reminder of the perils of social media by Victoria Bunnell,...

A partner in a law firm recently sent a message to a barrister via LinkedIn in which he stated: ‘I appreciate that this is probably...

Interview: Video Analysis Solutions – global within a year

Market Harborough-based company Video Analysis Solutions has been awarded ‘Most Innovative In-Store Surveillance Solution’ alongside its partner Oncam, at the 2015 European Retail Fraud...

Who wants to be an intrapreneur ?

Intrapreneurs, entrepreneurial spirits who prefer to work for an employer, should be open to risk and masters of persuasion says Chris Mahon Assistant Professor at Nottingham University...

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Most small firms have no disaster recover plan in place, research...

Many firms are unprepared for the impact that disruptions that can be caused by cybercrime, staff losses and severe weather, according to new research...

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