Brexit and personal data

24 September 2018

One of the issues addressed in the Government’s recent series of papers on a “no deal Brexit” is that of personal data.

Top names strengthen T Level panels

21 September 2018

Among the new members to have joined T level panels recently are Alberto Perez of Toni&Guy, Stephen Goward of the Dogs Trust and Victoria Winkler of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

No deal Brexit — part two

17 September 2018

In August 2018, the Government published the first 25 in a series of technical notices on planning for what it called the unlikely event of the UK leaving the EU in March next year with no deal (see “Expect the best, prepare for the worst”).

Government acts on unpaid invoices

14 September 2018

A change to the law could soon see restrictions on invoice finance lifted. Under proposals presented to Parliament, the Government is seeking to make sure that restrictions on invoice finance for smaller firms will not have any legal effect.

Self-employed feel let down by NIC decision

12 September 2018

The Government’s decision to make self-employed people continue paying Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) has been criticised by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

Helping women get ready for top jobs

10 September 2018

The 30% Club — which aims to achieve a minimum of 30% women on FTSE 100 boards — has joined forces with the London Business School (LBS) to give more women the tools to achieve CEO status.

Tackling recruitment fraud

5 September 2018

Employers are being urged to fight back against recruitment fraud by joining the SAFERjobs scheme.