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Instagram is the most popular Social Media platform used for sharing photographs and videos from a smartphone. With over 14 million active monthly users in the UK, and an average of 95 million photos and videos shared per day.
According to the HSE, last year 144 employees were killed at work and 1.3 million people suffered from a work-related illness. To ensure that your employees are informed and prepared for a health and safety incident...
We put together a Guide to Twitter, taking you through the basics of setting up an account and some useful tips on feautes to use to your advantage...
Over six months since the majority of the UK voted Leave, where are we now? Employers should be taking their time to ensure signed, dated employment documentation is in place for all current foreign workers.
Section 52 of the CDPA as originally implemented reduced the term of copyright protection for “artistic works” that had been industrially exploited i.e., when more than 50 copies of these artistic works were created to 25 years instead of the usual term for copyright protection of life plus 70 years (previously life plus 50 years).
We put together a Guide to LinkedIn, taking you through all the main features to enhance your profile, and make the most of the platform. We also give you some of our top tips..
The ‘work’s Christmas do’ can be a great way to boost morale, celebrate a successful year and allow employees to let off some steam. However, the positive message can easily become a negative one if the event isn’t handled correctly by employers.
Global Reach Partners have a long history of helping businesses
to implement robust and comprehensive risk management strategies to minimise their exposure to adverse foreign currency movement.
The Fire Protection Association is an experienced provider of both fire risk assessments and fire safety strategy advice to the hospitality sector, helping business meet legal requirements and keep staff members and guests safe.
The fast tracking of the repeal of section 52 of the Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988, which previously exempted industrially manufactured pieces of furniture from the copyright protections afforded to artistic works means that as of 28 July 2016, manufacturers and dealers in the UK cannot make or import copies of furniture that were previously considered out of copyright.