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Since their beginnings in the 16th century to the current day mass production, personal vehicles have become somewhat of an accessory.
People across the world have taken to the trend of customising vehicles in order to make them as personal as possible.
Some personal touches are expressed in a subtle way such as fluffy dice, leopard print seat covers and dashboard bobbing heads; however what many car and van motorists fail to realise is that some modifications are illegal and even pose …Read more
Recruiting a new employee can be a long and difficult process as you try to choose the ideal person for a role in your company.
It’s not easy to predict which applicant will eventually deliver the best qualities to move your business forward. First impressions count for a lot, and many recruiters have been known to favour the clean-cut, sharply dressed company man.
However, if a candidate walks into your interview room sporting a beard, vintage-glasses, and has parked a colourful …Read more
The surge of interest in motivating an uncompromisingly green future seems to fall short of expectation in the UK; we are still at the tail-end of the evolutionary concept in comparison to the rest of the EU.
The economic austerity and the coalition government's comments to reduce the public deficit has resulted in a decrease in the availability of green funding, with the Prime Minister recently boasting of saving SMEs millions of pounds each year by abolishing ‘needless …Read more
The most common mistake of business start-ups is to meticulously plan everything down to the last degree. And who can blame them?
Planning and theorising has been hardwired into anyone hoping to start a business. However the vast majority of everything we’re taught in the classroom in relation to starting a business is a far cry from reality.
The first thing to do is to throw the orthodoxy to the wind and let it go. Let go of the vast complexities and theorised obstacles and keep it …Read more
With new statistics showing sick-days are costing UK businesses a massive £23billion a year, is it time employers and workers around the country put a stop to this trend?
At a time when UK companies are looking to grow following a painful recession and face increasing competition from countries around the globe, it is especially concerning that avoidable sick-days are damaging businesses in such a way.
The new study by PwC shows that UK workers take nearly triple the amount of sick-days …Read more