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Curb weight gain at work

 13th January 2020      Michelle Taylor

January is typically the time of year when, full of guilt and mince pies from overindulging during the festive period, a lot of us decide to diet. Research last year… Read more »

Time for a digital detox?

What did you do over the festive break? Did you take long walks in the fresh air to work off those extra calories? Were you huddled around board games together,… Read more »


 21st January 2020      Private: Bond Williams


9 New Year resolutions for office workers

As the clocks chimed midnight and you linked arms to sing Auld Langs Syne, many of you would have made some New Year’s resolutions – pledges to do more exercise,… Read more »


 6th January 2020      Suzanne Sherriff MIRP


Employment Tribunal Claims – settle or fight?

How many calls and texts have you had about a potential claim for PPI or an ‘accident’ you have had in the last three years? We all know that we… Read more »


 16th January 2020      Private: Bond Williams


Combining corporate finance skills with entrepreneurial spirit

A growing number of people are moving away from wanting careers in organisations and towards a more flexible and entrepreneurial alternative. That doesn’t necessarily mean everyone is starting a limited… Read more »


 9th January 2020      Private: Bond Williams


Making the leap from teammate to manager

Making the transition from teammate to manager can be fraught with pitfalls, but not if you go in with your eyes open. There is a wealth of information and advice… Read more »


 28th January 2020      Private: Bond Williams


No degree? No problem

A university education is no longer reserved for the elite, but also not a guarantee of a well-paid job at the end of it either. There’s also a debate about whether… Read more »


 11th December 2019      Hannah Hashtroudi


Auditing: the stepping stone to CEO status?

How lofty are your career ambitions? If you’re aiming for the top, it might interest you to know that an accounts background will hold you in good stead. Figures from… Read more »


 4th December 2019      Louise Woodward (Chartered MCIPD)


Accountability in the workplace – a lost cause or a real opportunity?

There’s a broken thermostat in your boardroom; you’ve come across a new and cheaper option for video conferencing; a small accident hasn’t been logged in the accident book because it’s… Read more »


 9th December 2019      Private: Bond Williams


Slouchy jeans or slick suit: does your dress code compromise productivity?

Sir Richard Branson hates ties. Steve Jobs favoured black roll neck sweaters. Lord Alan Sugar wouldn’t be seen in anything but a suit. Even the most successful business people have… Read more »


 26th November 2019      Lisa Orchard


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