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belt.open.flat

belt.open.flat is Hudson Gavin Martin's "what3words" address.  Having trouble with postcode numbers?  This UK designed app solves the...

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Hot topic - "misleading advertising"

It's a topic that many companies will be aware of.  The mantra of 'clear, fair and not misleading' is one that anyone who has worked in...

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The Shield is nearly ready

Amongst all the political stories of the last few days, perhaps it's not surprising that one story seems to have got missed!

It's quite a...

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Brexit has happened - what next for UK Insurance and InsurTech?

Please take a look at my latest article for insurancetechit.com - URL below.

Regardless of whether you voted to remain in the European Union, or made the decision that the UK is better off alone, I think everybody...…

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The AIFMD third country passport

Like most people, I'm sure, since the referendum result was announced, I have been particularly focussing on AIFMD.  

The AIFMD has built...

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Stuck in the inbox

Professionals are inundated with hundreds of emails a day. 

You might leave your desk for a minute or two and, upon your return; you find...

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Euro 2016: Lessons to learn from the Irish

When England fans were filmed brawling on the streets of Marseille's beachfront just hours before the England team kicked off its Euro...

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Employers (don't) watch out!

The Data Protection Commissioner has launched her annual report for 2015, which highlights the link between the work of her office and...

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Smoothing the roads for cross-border trucking?

If businesses think that European institutions only create red tape and interfere with their work, this news story may challenge that. It...

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Modern Slavery Act infographic

Anyone supplying ‘big business’ needs to know this.

Essentially, large corporates (defined as businesses with a turnover of over £36...

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CQC start prosecuting

We all know that care providers have a duty of care towards their service users. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are also now assessing...

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Why your web-site may shortly become irrelevant

Imagine a future where to be a rapid commercial success, you don't need to spend time, effort or money on building and showcasing your...

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MOJ publishes Tribunal statistics

The Ministry of Justice has published the Tribunal statistics for January to March 2016.

During this period, there were 5,100 Employment...

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More pay but less benefits...

It has been reported that Marks & Spencer has increased basic pay for its shop-floor workers but has offset this increased wage bill by...

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10 Tips for Effective Networking

I can understand why a lot of people feel a bit terrified when it comes to networking, especially early on in your career. 

There is the...

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The battle should be on the football pitch

I was on Radio 5 live just now discussing how bosses should deal with this football championship – in particular, what to do about...

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In or out - what next?

Brexit will have a significant impact on many businesses and Norton Rose Fulbright have launched a helpful site which analyses the issues...

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Sports Direct - what went wrong?

It's the ultimate PR nightmare and a lesson to all employers that how you treat your staff is as important as your bottom line. 

Mike...

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Am I under surveillance?

The short answer is yes! You only have to look to legislative developments in the UK this week to see why. 

On 7 June 2016, the UK House...

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The key to customer loyalty in 5 easy steps

The linked article is a great read and needs little explanation of why I chose to share it as a blog piece. The stats are compelling and...

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What Not To Ask At An Interview

The case below is a good reminder to employers of what not to ask in an interview situation. 

The interviewer persistently questioned Ms...

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Sell ’em quick, Aldi! The law’s changing.

Good design is about to get more expensive and become less available.

And as this article says, this is big (and not so great) news for...

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Gender Pay Reporting "Most Important" Issue

A recent report has revealed that more than half of employers consider the new Gender Pay Reporting obligations to be the 'most...

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Sliding stress-free into work...

Employers have a duty to look after the health, safety and welfare of their employees and with workplace stress being a common issue in...

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Age Discrimination and the Living Wage

The National Living Wage rate of £7.20 has been in place since 1 April this year and is payable to workers who are aged 25 or over. Since...

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One more straw in the death of hotel leases?

As if there needed to be any further incentives on hotel operators to get out of hotel leases, remove the lease liabilities from their...

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No backdoors to encryption in new UK legislation

Under continued pressure from a combination of privacy/civil liberties campaigners, global technology companies such as Alphabet, Apple...

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Discrimination claim - why respect is important

We were awaiting some bruising cross-examination in the employment tribunal: evidence of how terrible Mourinho had been to Chelsea’s...

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Work breaks or burn-out?

Are employers on top of whether their workers are taking sufficient breaks?  It appears not from the results of a survey by the National...

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Brexit: Checklists

Following on from my earlier post about 50 Brexit related questions to consider when deciding how to vote (which for me really boils down...

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The Court of Public Opinion, Part 2: Open Offers

Very few people like washing their dirty linen in public. That holds true as much for businesses and their employees as for anyone else....

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Brexit: 50 Questions

Whatever your views, one thing that is certain is that the referendum is going ahead in less than three weeks' time. If you want a...

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Opening the books on costs of care

Transparency of care services, what’s included and what’s not, what it costs and so on, has to be a good thing, for those using those...

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If I've told you once...

Not everyone can profess to have the perfect interview technique and most of us learn our interview skills with practice. But there are...

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Enhancing shared parental pay

Many employers offer their female staff full pay during their maternity leave, rather than the statutory minimum.  There is an argument...

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Solving the password problem

I think it’s fair to say that business owners generally don’t have a lot of time for office administration. Passwords are often low on...

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It beggars belief!

As you probably know, it is unlawful to discriminate against your employees on the basis of their beliefs, be they religious or...

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