Is Your Business Meeting Its Regulatory Responsibilities?

All industries are covered by legislature governing their operational responsibilities. These responsibilities may include anything from finances and employee rights, to health and safety or manufacturing guidelines. The very nature of regulatory responsibilities means that they are, for the most part, governed by law. Therefore, not adhering to them could spell disaster for your company and your employees, not to mention any third parties involved in whichever regulated procedure is being neglected. Continue reading

The Benefits of Recycling for your Business

Although the environmental benefits of recycling are well known; you may be surprised to note how it can also benefit your business. Not only will you and your employees gain the sense of satisfaction achieved from helping to contribute to a cleaner, greener environment for yourselves and future generations but it could also help to reduce your businesses costs and increase productivity too.

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How To Start A Hairdressing Business

Hairdressing businesses have always been a very popular choice amongst young entrepreneurs, as a sound, and bankable investment. Being that haircuts, much like food, are an essential aspect of modern life, there will always be a market for new hairdressers and hairdressing businesses. Below is a list of some of the essentials you must know before considering a venture in this field.

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Why Businesses Need Worker Support Programmes

What sort of worker are you? Are you everyday completely motivated, completely focused on work goals and completely consistent in your efforts and focus? Do you start work at a set time, and accomplish all tasks with never a thought about personal issues, or life events which may have impacted upon you? If you were unfortunate to suffer the loss of a loved one through divorce or bereavement, would it affect your work performance or would you remain completely focused? Continue reading

Protect your Business with a Courier Insurance Policy

 Couriers are responsible for the safe delivery of clients’ goods during transit, and they are also out on the roads more frequently than other motorists making them higher risk. This means that ordinary vehicle insurance will not cover you if you were to ever encounter any problems during transit. There is always risk of damage or loss of items that you are carrying, and this is why you need an insurance type called courier insurance. This varies in terms of price and cover, which will depend on the type of motorcycle or van that you use. Continue reading

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