If you've suffered damage, whether it's from fire, water or accident, you'll need to make a claim on your insurance, but at what stage of the process should you call a loss assessor?
Wednesday, 04 November 2015 08:00 Written by Himie Hovsha
Winter is coming, and that always means more floods or damage to houses, and therefore more insurance claims. But, if you don't take a few basic precautions to reduce the risk, you could find your claim thrown out — and not even a good loss assessor will be able to help - Are you Ready?
You won't have missed the headline that the Government is planning to extend shared parental leave to include grandparents.
I was speaking to a friend who has done quite well, running his own internet business and the subject went on to the new auto enrolment regulations and how happy he was that he didn't have to get involved with that mess. When I told him he did, the slow dawn of realisation soon hit him!
Whenever I'm walking around London it always makes me laugh to see so many people staring at their phones, not looking where they are going at all and I must say I'm guilty of this myself sometimes.
The Fit For Work (FFW) service has just been launched. This briefing which is not my work summarises how it will function.
For many people having to speak in front of an audience represents their worst nightmare, in many surveys it comes as their number 1 or number 2 fear.
Published in Presentation & Public Speaking
As the UK population is rising and average life expectancy is increasing the government has made significant changes to how workplace pensions operate.
It is amazing how your choice of words in email subjects, blog titles, messages and more can contribute to whether you get a response to your activity.