The third edition of the “What Workers Want” survey, a joint publication from the British Council for Offices (BCO) and Savills, found that neglecting office design can have a negative effect on employer’s well-being and performance.
You may already be aware that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new piece of legislation that will apply to all EU organisations and companies from 25th May 2018. The GDPR legislation is primarily intended to protect individuals from data breaches and provide them with acce
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Last week, stories of ‘exploding’ glass topped tables hit the tabloids. The coverage obviously caused consternation for consumers owning or considering buying such items.
While some employers may provide bereavement leave as part of their company policy, the law currently only offers the right to take the time necessary to deal with the emergency and plan the funeral arrangements.
You’ll no doubt have heard someone utter with a weary sigh, “it’s health and safety gone mad.” And you might find yourself agreeing with it at times, too. Especially if it feels like you’re putting in too much effort on legislation that has seemingly little value to your business.
Spam is an unsolicited, irrelevant email, sent to a bulk list of people. It is an email, also known as unsolicited bulk email, junk mail or unsolicited commercial email. Spam is the practice of sending unwanted email messages. Spam emails are easily triggered, and you may be sending the simplest of emails, but get caught out with the ‘spam filter’.
With a hung parliament in the making, Britain is cast into an unpredictable two-year negotiation period. With prominent Brexit questions being raised, it’s never been more important to consider your foreign exchange needs and how you can protect your funds from further volatility.
According to the HSE, last year 144 employees were killed at work and 1.3 million people suffered from a work-related illness.
What’s happened so far?
Theresa May, the new Prime Minister, announced in October that she would use parliamentary sovereignty to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March 2017.