Putting A Business Plan Into Practice

May 8, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Employment

Making a Business Plan Work

Management is a complicated job and it’s fair to say that even those carrying out the role don’t always know what it entails. For many, it is about putting together a strategy that will see the company thrive in the future. They may spend many hours drawing this up until they feel that every single aspect is absolutely perfect. Sadly for these people, that is only half the Read more

How Will Recruitment Levels Change Sector By Sector In 2013?

May 7, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Employment, HR

Recruitment Levels in 2013

The job market is under quite a lot of scrutiny at the moment because of the continuing struggle for growth in the British economy. Businesses are feeling the squeeze, but it’s wrong to assume that all sectors are on the verge of collapse. Companies are still recruiting and expanding and there are still opportunities for people to make forward steps in their professional careers.

Graduates are always under a fair amount of pressure to find work quickly because they are keen to hit the ground running when they emerge into the ‘real’ world of career choices. So what are the current trends in the Read more

Getting A Job In The HR Department

May 6, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Employment

Tips for Getting a Job in the HR Department

Human Resources is a department where a lot of people would love to work but other than doing a degree in business studies and hoping there’s a position out there when you complete it many people are unaware of the opportunities that are out there to get a job in an HR department and there really are a lot more than you think.

The easiest route that a lot of people dismiss is through your Read more

Top Three Biggest Offices In London

May 2, 2013 by  
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The 3 Largest Office Buildings in London

When it comes to international business hubs, they don’t get much bigger than London.

Despite the current economic difficulties – still reverberating around the world – the city has continued to thrive, building new structures all vying to become the biggest offices in London.

Large financial heavyweights continue to occupy popular London office space in the like of Read more

Four Factory Floor Checks For Better Health And Safety

May 1, 2013 by  
Filed under Business Law, Employment

Better Health and Safety

If you work on a factory floor then taking on the role of health and safety officer is a huge responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly. To do the job properly, you’ll need at least basic training that provides you with recognised health and safety qualifications. Once you’ve been trained you can keep abreast of any health and safety issues on your watch by performing these four checks Read more

5 Steps To Setting Up A Staff Suggestion Scheme

April 30, 2013 by  
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Staff Suggestion Schemes

One simple idea can change the world, and in business, they are fundamental to driving a company forward. It’s no surprise then, that ideas suggestion schemes have been implemented by companies large and small the world over. Ricoh, HSBC, the UK Border Agency and the MOD are just a few of the companies who have realised just how invaluable harnessing the ideas of their employees can be.

Implementing suggestion schemes in the workplace is no small nod to Read more

Be Your Own Boss And Work At Home

April 27, 2013 by  
Filed under Employment, Personal Finance

Start a Business and Work at Home

The idea of being your own boss, setting your own deadlines and arranging your own workload is hugely appealing to many people. More and more of us are considering either taking on another part time self-employed role in addition to our main job, or switching from a more traditional job so we can work at home.

It is of specific appeal to parents of young children or people who have retired from a full time job but who aren’t ready to Read more

Hard Core Still Risk Drink Driving

December 11, 2012 by  
Filed under Employment, Motoring Law

In the UK drink driving or attempting to drive whilst above the legal limit or unfit through drink carries a maximum penalty of six months’ imprisonment, a fine of up to £5,000 and a minimum 12 months’ disqualification.

For a second offence committed within ten years of conviction, the minimum ban is Read more

Mailroom Is The Hub Of Every Business

December 11, 2012 by  
Filed under Employment

Mailroom Solutions

The mailroom is like the human heart, with correspondence being the life blood of the organisation. As with the human heart it needs to run efficiently in order to maintain the flow of information, needed to keep the organisation functioning properly and is often the focal point of any business, and its layout and equipment should provide the necessary organizational capabilities that will keep your firm functioning at even the busiest of times.

To maintain a high level of productivity and service the mailroom should be Read more