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You can’t expect staff to move unreasonable distances – even if you say so in their contract

You may think you’ve covered your risk if you include in staff contracts a proviso that they must be willing to move offices if need be. Make that clause as broad as possible and you reduce your ris...

5 ways you can make content creation super simple

This is a guest post by Hew Aitken at Company Formation MadeSimple. MadeSimple is all about making business simple. Whether it’s forming a brand new limited company, buying a company credit report o...

Tell staff if you mean to monitor email – even with a clear IT policy

Managing expectations may be key to dealing with staff practice around work email. Recently we highlighted one ICAEW Legal Alert that clarified work email accounts are not private, and should not be e...

Be extra careful what you say about redundancy

Redundancy is always a sensitive issue – understandably. As a small business owner, it may seem like your worst-case scenario and – if even the whisper of the threat approaches – you may feel sa...

Be prepared for interest rate rises – warns ICAEW. Not least if they’re your first

‘Businesses need to prepare for interest rate rise’, warns this recent ICAEW press release. And there’s a particular reason why you might be unprepared – especially if you’re a new business....

Brexit threatens ‘London’s place as the centre of the global accountancy profession’

These are the words used by ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza in warning ‘about the reality of Brexit on the accountancy profession’, says this recent press release. Whether your small business i...

If you always do what you’ve always done…..

This is a guest post from James Sheard founder of The Accountancy People If you always do what you’ve always done….. Anyone who’s spent any time in a big corporate firm will recognise that mantr...

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