The government has announced changes to modernise the “right to work” checks needed to avoid employing illegal workers in the UK. The changes will take effect from 28 January 2019.
Thursday, 03 January 2019 11:43 Written by Douglas Lee
Are you thinking about updating your printed products in 2019. From business cards to flyers you probably spend a lot of time considering the text and colours but do you spend time thinking about the paper type.
You will have heard or read about the government’s new proposals concerning various aspects of employment just published. Daniel Barnett has summarised its effects on employers better than I can and it is set out below
18 years ago I was earning 5 times the national average. I had two cars, two houses, two holidays a year and to the casual observer, an ideal life.
I recently came across an old article from 1885 (yes, over 130 years old, honestly!) in which London businessman Albert Smith offered the following advice to advertisers.
With the Christmas party season soon to be upon us I thought it would be a good time to reissue the normal precautionary advice to employers.
Friday, 19 October 2018 12:00 Written by Michael Newman
ICO starts to take action against organisations under GDPR
Wednesday, 10 October 2018 11:01 Written by Paul Kelly
I assume you keep some form of personal data in your business – customer details, supplier contacts, business card info. If you don’t, I would love to know what you do that means you do not have to keep contact information!
Harassment whether by men on women, men on men, women on men or women on women is in the news every day. Whether you a potential US Supreme court judge, a film producer or just a manager in an organisation harassment is unacceptable.