Health and safety tips for in the workplace

As a business, it’s vital to keep up to date with health and safety laws. The Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAW or HSW) was introduced in 1974 and acts as the main piece of legislation signed by Parliament to protect employees in the workplace from injury or death. Continue reading “Health and safety tips for in the workplace”

The benefits of print to a local economy

There have been many debates on how traditional media has been influenced by the advancement in digital media. As new digital methods continue to expand and grow, some believe this could be the end of traditional media as we know it. In the debate, one side claims that digital is king, while the other insists that traditional media still holds appeal. Both arguments have merit, but the idea that print is dead is mistaken. Continue reading “The benefits of print to a local economy”

Delegate Dilemma: Getting the Most Out of a Conference

Love them or hate them, conferences are an inescapable part of business life. Some send you away full of renewed enthusiasm; others seem like a complete waste of time. When things go wrong, you can always blame it on the conference organizers—or on your boss for sending you in the first place. But good or bad, we owe it to ourselves and to our business to make the most of them. Continue reading “Delegate Dilemma: Getting the Most Out of a Conference”

Why a Second Legal Opinion is Always Important

You’ve perhaps definitely heard of the importance of a second medical opinion just to make sure that you’re getting the best possible advice as well as the best possible treatment route with regards to how much it’s all going to cost you, but now is perhaps the time to take that sort of thinking into the legal field as well. It is indeed important to get a second (or even a third) legal opinion, largely for the equivalent reasons to those which apply to the medical field, but mostly because the legal industry is otherwise for the most part dictated to in quality by the integrity of the legal practitioners offering their professional legal services. Continue reading “Why a Second Legal Opinion is Always Important”

Better Savings for Restaurant Owners

Cutting corners to save money while managing a restaurant could be difficult. After all, you cannot compromise with the quality of your food and service or your customers may find a better place. However, there are some clever ways to make you spend lesser money on your restaurant and get better value too. We talk to The Plastic People to give you details on how to save money. Continue reading “Better Savings for Restaurant Owners”

3 Things You Must Do When Buying A Home With Cash

If you’re fortunate enough to be a cash buyer of property, you don’t have to carry out all the legal checks required compared to buying with a mortgage. And on face value this means that you might be able to complete more quickly and save some money. But is it advisable for you to cut corners in this way? Continue reading “3 Things You Must Do When Buying A Home With Cash”

The effect of Brexit on personal injury in the UK

The divorce date for the UK and EU — when the country will officially cut all ties — currently stands at March 2019. After this, many believe the UK’s economic, political and legal areas will look very different.  Continue reading “The effect of Brexit on personal injury in the UK”

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