‘Making Tax Digital’ set to affect 40% of East Midlands’ businesses

The move to a digital tax system in the new year will impact tens of thousands of businesses in the region, says the LLEP. The...

Enterprise Partnership tells teachers where future skills will be needed

More than 70 teachers have attended a training event to discover the latest skills needs research undertaken for Leicester and Leicestershire.   Teachers from schools, colleges and academies...

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 –...

Companies urged to make staff health and wellbeing a priority

Companies must make staff health and wellbeing a priority, according to new survey analysis by the CBI in partnership with Bupa and HCA Healthcare. Failure...

FSB proposes lifeline for struggling high street businesses

A freeze on business rates, increased free town centre parking and safeguards around access to cash and banking, must be put in place to...

Car breakers urged to be alive to the risks of fire

The Environment Agency is warning of an increased risk of fire car breakers’ yards, and urging operators to have Fire Prevention Plans in place. The...

Small businesses to get image help from PR professionals

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations has joined forces with the FSB to champion the interests of small business owners. The partnership will improve understanding...

Midlands Engine Chairman to speak at Greater Lincolnshire LEP event

Keynote speaker at this year’s Greater Lincolnshire LEP conference on Friday 28th September will be Sir John Peace, Chairman of the Midlands Engine. He will...

Phew: Another scorcher! Bosses urged to help workers stay comfortable in...

Britain’s largest employer organisation is encouraging companies to consider a range of measures to keep employees comfortable during the heatwave as the Met Office suggests...

Survey reveals how firms work to retain staff – and it’s not...

Aside from staff pay, firms are more likely to increase their investment in training and introduce more flexible working practices in order to retain...

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Britain must drop ‘snobby’ attitude to technical education, says Minister

Britain must drop its ‘snobby’ attitude to technical and vocational education or risk being left behind after Brexit, Education Secretary Damian Hinds has warned...

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