10
Jan

Gender Pay – Mind the gap

The gender pay gap issue is a hot topic in the press, even gaining some traction in the US at the Golden Globes, as UK employers with 250 employers or more must publish and report their first specific figures about their gender pay gap by 5th April 2018 (31st March 2018 for public sector organisations).

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4
Jan

Why Avoiding Underinsurance Should be Your Resolution for 2018

Underinsurance continues to be a widespread and persistent problem throughout the United Kingdom. In fact, an estimated 40 per cent of businesses and 80 per cent of commercial properties are underinsured. This occurs when a business has insufficient cover to meet its needs, whether that means its assets are valued and insured at less than

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28
Dec

How to prepare your business against disruption from cold weather

The UK has already seen freezing weather conditions causing disruption this winter, from flights being cancelled to schools being closed. For small businesses, winter weather conditions can increase the risk of property damage, injury and potential liability. One common issue during cold weather is escape of water caused by frozen pipes, where even a small

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21
Dec

Employee Benefits Schemes – Advantages to your Business

Employee benefits schemes help attract and retain top talent. Recent industry research found that 82 per cent of employers offer benefits to retain employees, while 81 per cent do it to recruit employees, and 80 per cent do it to support overall employee health and well-being. Research from Glassdoor even found that a staggering 79

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14
Dec

Employers – Are you Playing it Safe with Health in the Workplace?

As part of their duties to manage the health and safety of their business, employers need to take reasonable steps to prevent harm coming to their employees or customers who visit their premises and try to control the risks to the workplace. Failure to do so could leave them open to injury claims in the

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