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The cost of living has been on a stark upward turn since the recession. More and more people are struggling to make ends meet - it’s clear that Britain needs a pay rise.
A stronger minimum wage will benefit businesses; improve public finances and help challenge low pay thus increasing the living standard of the nation.
National minimum wage needs substantial revision
Criticising the rise in the minimum wage to £6.50, Unite the Union national officer for local government, Fiona …Read more
At-work crashes are estimated to cost UK employers a hefty £2.7 billion each year. Road safety charity, Brake have many up and coming events to help small to medium businesses crack down on a potentially large road accident bill.
Brake has launched a series of free webinars, seminars and resources that will raise awareness towards the main risks associated with driving for work. It will also highlight how businesses can manage such accidents whilst on a tight budget.
Businesses …Read more
Many small businesses would consider social media as a tool used by larger companies to entice customers with exclusive vouchers or promotions. Many small businesses don’t see what interacting via social media could do for their business.
It gives your business a voice
Whether you’re selling a product or a service, social media can help give your business a voice. Businesses use social media to strengthen their brands authority. For example, if you are a construction worker, you …Read more
Women represent a fraction of the tech-based workforce and these figures are also dwindling on the brink of extinction. Why are so few women choosing to working in the tech industry?
Since the 1980’s tech has been exclusively associated with the male population with Sega marketed as a “boy toy” leaving young girls to entertain something generally un-techy like an Easy-Bake oven. So is it that archaic gender stereotypes are to blame for the absence of women in tech?
That …Read more
By the time we hit the middle of this century most of our energy is expected to be sourced directly from the sun. Could this be known as the dawn of the solar age?
We should expect solar energy to trump fossil fuels, wind energy, hydro energy and nuclear energy.
Heightening awareness of climate change has encouraged solar energy to eclipse the progress of its electric predecessor. When we consider that electricity took around a hundred years to become widely available, solar domination …Read more