Love it, like it or lump it, the freelance revolution is coming.
It is not only employees that must write lists and make plans to prepare for their summer get-aways – the SMEs they temporarily leave behind for the sun and sand must be equally prepared for the departure of staff to ensure the business does not suffer whilst employees enjoy their well earned break.
There has been loads written and talked about surrounding General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new regulation is arguably the most significant change in global privacy law in twenty-two years and businesses must shore up their cybersecurity processes and procedures to avoid facing financial penalties. GDPR is due to be implemented on May 25th 2018 and […]
You know the process to hire an apprentice, details around the new Apprenticeship Levy, and how to go about selecting a training provider. However, once you have the apprentice in your hands, how do you best utilise them?
“Creditors have better memories than debtors”. So said Benjamin Franklin. If your business is sitting on a pile of uncollected invoices, you’re perhaps thinking, “tell me about it”.
A prototype is the first full-scale, usually functional and operational, form of a new design. Ideas and concepts are the starting point and then engineers will typically translate those into new products.
I want to address some of the concerns that SMEs may have around cybersecurity, especially in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack and a continuous news flow around successful attacks on high profile companies.