With the festive season fast approaching, many employers have already finalised their plans for a staff party. Others may prefer a more spontaneous approach.
The Government’s Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill featured in the King’s Speech 2023 on Tuesday (November 7), indicating the Government’s intention to pass the new law in the coming months. Security expert Marcus Gerrard, of Safetyflex Barriers, discusses what this means for businesses…
Claire Johnson, a partner in Clarke Willmott’s private capital team, looks at the implications associated with the so-called ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ and how parents can make informed choices about contributing to their child’s property purchase.
A strong leader who demonstrates caring for their team is more likely to have a team who in turn care about their own personal goals and successes.
Contrary to the TV stereotype in Absolutely Fabulous and other cultural spoofs, a PR is far more than the character Edina guzzling bottles of champagne or an obsequious person in a marketing meeting who is thin on good advice and ideas.
Changes to regulations regarding Capital Gains Tax (CGT) and separating couples could alert people to the fact that they may have failed to pay sufficient tax in the past.
Whether you’re considering selling a portion of your equity or your entire company, it’s essential to prepare your business effectively.
How often do you find yourself pulled away from your tasks by distractions throughout the day? The answer for most of us is “many times.”
Do you have an office buzz? Do you thrive in hustle and bustle? Or, does it drive you to distraction?
There are so many reasons in this world to be miserable. War, famine, poverty, pandemics, mental health crises, the list goes on. As leaders, we have the opportunity – nay, responsibility – to prevent the workplace being such a reason.