More than three million homeworkers are potentially operating illegally, Axa Business Insurance has warned.
“After a wet Christmas and mild New Year, the cold snap is set to hit the country once more, with temperatures predicted to reach as low as -10 and snow forecast in many areas. Inevitably, this will result in travel disruption and employees unable, or unwilling, to get to work.
Minister for Disabled People Esther McVey has announced that budding disabled entrepreneurs are set to get extra support to start up their own business.
Ahead of the Prime Minister’s long-awaited policy speech on Europe later this month, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today called for a pragmatic re-negotiation of Britain’s relationship with the rest of the EU, reflecting the interests of businesses across the economy.
A consortium of community finance providers has received up to £1.3million to give the next generation of entrepreneurs finance and support to start their own business, , through the Start-Up Loans programme. The consortium is led by the Community development Finance Association (CDFA) with a group of its members delivering business support, mentoring and loans to young entrepreneurs across England.
As many as 50,000 businesses that have failed to submit VAT returns will be targeted by HMRC this month with warnings that their tax affairs will be closely scrutinised.
Small and medium sized employers looking to offer Apprenticeships in England have been given a boost as the National Apprenticeship Service announces moves to help even more employers recruit an apprentice.
Sir James Dyson has hit out at the emphasis currently being placed on ‘web fads and video gaming’ over manufacturing technology to be sold on the global market
Since the Davies report set its target to have a 25% female element, there has been some slow, but measurable, progress