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  • Bribery Act delayed ... again...

    The implementation of the Bribery Act - see BusinessMan 2 November - has been delayed from its proposed start date in April. The cause of the delay is the Ministry of Justice, which still has to publish final Guidance on 'adequate procedures'. This s... 

  • Yet another skills shortage, why can't we try something different?

    I'm starting to get heartily sick of stories about skills shortages, usually around the latest technological trend. There's one on the MicroScope website today (22 February) about cloud computing which suggests the supply of consultants and developer... 

  • Changes afoot in the new Pensions Bill

    The Government has now published the Pensions Bill 2011 which includes, amongst things, provisions to implement automatic enrolment (along the lines of the recommendations of the recent DWP review). Other key measures include: Aligning the ea... 

  • Would you let your employer access your Facebook account?

    There were two interesting Facebook related stories over the weekend. The first involved a Spanish Dominican nun who was asked to leave the order, after 35 years, for supposedly spending too much time on Facebook. The second involved the Maryland Dep... 

  • Pregnancy and work

    The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has published a leafletsummarising the rights and mutual obligations of pregnant employees and their employers in relation to babies which are due on or after 3 April 2011. Remember that to make a... 

  • Company Directors warned on risk mitigation strategy

    According to law firm O'Connors LLP, non-executive directors must check their employer companies have a personal risk mitigation strategy in place, especially as the risks facing directors had never been greater and will only intensify further once t... 

  • Harness the power of young minds

    If you want to get some young brains to come up with an advertising campaign for your product then a good idea might well be to take a tip from JLT Mobile Computers. The Runcorn-based manufacturer of rugged tablets is running a prize with media studi... 

  • Lower insurance premiums on the horizon?

    Good news! Motorists may see lower insurance premiums as seven insurance companies and two IT software and service providers have provisionally agreed to limit the data that they exchange between them after the Office of Fair Trading raised competiti... 

  • Workplace dispute reforms proposed

    Plans to improve the way in which workplace disputes are resolved have been published by the Government. Concerns have been raised by businesses that the system has become too costly, takes too much time, places unnecessary strains on small busi... 

  • The sandwich index points to tough times

    Now and again a press release floats across the desk that grabs the attention for no other reason than humour when perhaps it is intended to stir deeper and more serious passions. Take for example the research from office design company Maris Interio...