Business travellers with less than 6 months remaining on their passports might face difficulties with a no-deal Brexit: New rules will apply if the UK leaves the EU with no deal Official guidance is that people should ensure there are at least six months left on their UK passports from their date of arrival (child
What can employers learn from the world of romance? As the song goes ‘love is in the air’ – it’s February, the high streets are decked out with Valentine’s day gifts and businesses are being encouraged to ‘love their employees’. We also often hear the phrase ‘employer / employee relationship’ in HR publications and promotions.
A recent survey showed that six out of 10 senior managers of SMEs said they would increase the benefits on offer within the next two years. Around one in five said benefits which specifically address health and wellbeing would be their first choice. SMEs are increasingly focusing on retaining and recruiting staff and as such
According to new research, employers are failing to give information to staff on their workplace benefits. Around one in three of those employees surveyed said they wanted more information on the benefits and perks their employer offered. Employees need benefits, but so do companies. Employees may often be a companies biggest asset and the benefits
In July 2017, HMRC announced that all businesses and individuals will have to file their accounting information digitally. So, from April 2019 it will be mandatory for registered businesses to follow the new VAT submission process (if they’re over the current VAT registration threshold of £85,000). This means: Digital VAT records must be kept MTD compatible