Month: October 2016

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What to expect on the first day of your new job

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

What to expect on the first day of your new job

What to expect on the first day of your new job

14th October 2016Laura Crossen

  If you have recently found yourself a new role, well done, that’s great news! But now what? Your first day can be nerve wracking but whatever role you are… Read more »

Four great jobs for a ‘people person’

  Most people believe that being a ‘people person’ simply means to be friendly and outgoing. This is often a trait, but a people person is also someone who is… Read more »


18th October 2016Laura Crossen


How to keep ahead of the competition on your way up the employment ladder

Eight ways to be an ideal employee   We are always pondering the question; what makes a good leader, an inspiring entrepreneur and a great boss but are we overlooking… Read more »


21st October 2016Laura Crossen


80% of self-employed workers say they do not want any employment rights

    Over 80% of self-employed workers have told ContractorCalculator that they do not want any rights at all. 250 freelancers took part in the survey which found that:  … Read more »


25th October 2016Laura Crossen


JobsOutlook October: Employment remains at record high despite reduced business confidence

  Almost a quarter (23 per cent) of UK employers plan to take on more permanent staff in the next three months, with only three percent planning a reduction in… Read more »


27th October 2016Laura Crossen


Latest survey shows stress in the workplace is major concern

New research from CV-Library, has revealed that over half of workers (53.2%) report that stress is an issue in their current workplace, and nearly two thirds (61.9%) believe that their… Read more »


7th October 2016Laura Crossen


October 2016 Employment Law Update – Frettens Solicitors

Paul Burton is an employment solicitor and Associate at Frettens Solicitors, working in partnership with Bond Williams. Paul specialises in both contentious and non-contentious matters, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, TUPE,… Read more »


Laura Crossen


What measures have you put in place for staff training in terms of data protection?

As a business grows, data protection becomes more important – but can often be neglected in favour of other IT activities, such as project work spikes, system upgrades and migrations…. Read more »


13th October 2016Laura Crossen


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