Employment Tribunals in the UK are big news today. The Chelsea doctor’s settlement of more than £1.2m is mind blowing for constructive dismissal and discrimination.
Friday, 10 June 2016 14:42 Written by Shila Shah
I have come to question where some companies list Customer Service on their agenda. It most certainly is not at the top of the list after my recent appalling experience at a well-known affluent shopping centre.
Tuesday, 07 June 2016 10:30 Written by Tiago Oliveira
If there's one thing you can be sure about deliverability is that it has no magic formula! There's no way to guarantee that your emails land in the inbox of all your contacts (just as there's no way you can legally burst into someone else's home as you please :).
Saturday, 04 June 2016 11:19 Written by Ian Grey
Facebook are after what you do, Google has a shiny new tool and there is a security issue with a WordPress plugin.
Whatever kind of insurance policy you have, it’s essential to read through all those fine-print clauses. Yes, it might be boring, but not nearly as bad as being hit by a restriction you weren’t expecting when you try to make a claim.
Wednesday, 01 June 2016 09:31 Written by Paul Kelly
Sending marketing emails is the easiest and most common way to gain exposure, spread information and update your audience, but, it is easy to do it wrong - I know, because I have done it wrong!
Small businesses are turning to the cloud to increase productivity. Ambitious companies are turning to the cloud to give them big-company IT services and innovative technology without big-company overheads.
When it comes to connecting with customers, a good email may be the best bet. Nobody likes spam. But we all get emails from people that we look forward to, open eagerly and share with friends and colleagues.
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 09:25 Written by Gemma Wood
In today’s busy world a professional’s time is valuable and limited. With so much to do and increased pressure to deliver high quality services, it can feel like there are not enough billable hours in the day.
It has taken four years from the initial draft to the final version of the GDPR. This will have an impact on how personal data is collected, stored, processed and disposed of. But it isn't all bad news for SMEs as they don't need to do as much as larger companies.
Whether you are trying to grow your reach, find content, explore opportunities or recruit talent, LinkedIn is for many, the first and last stop.