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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...

Employers: discrimination due to a bad reference

A recent case, where an NHS Trust withdrew a disabled person’s offer following a negative verbal reference from their former employer, reminds employers of...

Firms warned to be alert to emerging subscriptions scam

Lincolnshire Trading Standards have issued a warning to East Midlands businesses about dubious tactics being used by international firms to sign them up to...

Maximising PR from business anniversaries and other milestones

Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention, explains how to leverage milestones such as business anniversaries to gain maximum exposure: In April, I celebrated my...

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...

Will you be one of the people leaving your wealth to...

By Erica Manderfield, tax partner at Streets Chartered Accountants. According to Treasury figures, the Revenue’s receipts for inheritance tax received in any one year has...

Junior developers & business analysts tipped for 2018’s top jobs

Junior developers, senior business analysts and fund accountants are all in line to receive the largest salary hikes in the coming year, according to...

NM Group explores ways to bridge construction skills gap

Filling today’s widening gap in construction skills requires action on a series of fronts, according to new research by Sutton-in-Ashfield-based NM Group. During breakout sessions...

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,...

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...

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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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