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BREAKING POINT

BREAKING POINT

4 IN 10 UK WORKERS CLOSE TO BREAKING POINT... A new study by CABA, the charity supporting the wellbeing of chartered accountants and their families, has found that 4 in 10 adults in the UK are close to breaking point at work.   Research polling 2,000 professionals…

Cyber Security

Cyber Security

Carbon Black’s Third UK Threat Report Reveals Growing Defender Confidence Despite Sustained Threat Levels 84% of surveyed UK businesses report breaches, primarily caused by phishing attacks Carbon Black, a leader in cloud-native endpoint protection, today released the results of its…

Lean Business

Lean Business

How to Save Money with a Lean Startup Budget Startups often have one priority in mind when it comes to starting their business journey. These small companies want to innovate and grow quickly. However, as most experts will tell you…

Sick Days…

Sick Days…

Sickness absence and presenteeism in small businesses Employees are an important part of any business. But in SMEs, a smaller team means that your people are even more vital to the overall success of your business. So when a team…

Wages

Wages

THE KEY FACTORS AFFECTING SALARY There’s a direct link between age and salary – for most people they will increase together as new skills are learned, more experience is gained, and potential is increased. Several variables also affect salary, including industry, development,…

I – Spy

I – Spy

Nearly A Quarter of Businesses Worldwide are Spying on their Employees As more businesses invest in surveillance technology to monitor and track employees in the workplace, questions are raised around whether the benefits override growing concerns around digital ethics, and…

Ring The Alarm

Ring the Alarm

Critical Alarm Management: is an ARC the Best Way to Manage Alarms? External Alarm Receiving Centres (ARC) are employed by a number of organisations to monitor their alarms around the clock, or after hours when few or no staff are…

Late Payments

Late Payments

7 ways SMEs can battle the late payment culture For too long, late payments have been seen as an inevitable issue that small and medium-sized enterprises face. These owners will often feel uncomfortable about raising it as an issue, for…

Friends

Friends

Friendships and fallouts at work Making friends at work is vital. It not only provides you with a support system for when things get tough, but also a group of cheerleaders for when things go your way. The importance of…

Late Payments

Late Payments

7 ways SMEs can battle the late payment culture For too long, late payments have been seen as an inevitable issue that small and medium-sized enterprises face. These owners will often feel uncomfortable about raising it as an issue, for…

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