Will my firm benefit from an apprentice?

Many of our clients ask, how will my firm benefit from an apprentice? The Government has promised 3 million new apprenticeships by 2020, funded by the recently introduced apprenticeship levy. Employers today are waking up to the benefits of apprenticeships. This can either be employing a new member of staff as an apprentice or encouraging […]

Induction & On-Boarding Checklist – How can you help new employees become productive sooner?

Are you thinking of recruiting new staff or have you experienced challenges when introducing a new team player? Helping new staff members to feel ‘at home’ as quickly, and easily as possible has multiple benefits for yourself as the employer and your new employee. Download this short checklist to make your induction and on-boarding process more effective and less […]

How to profit from profitability

Sounds odd, doesn’t it? But it’s amazing that business owners sometimes do not know what profit is. And how crucial is that in attaining your Business Plan objectives? Much has been written on the subject, but they tend to plunge into technical accounting terms all too quickly. We hope to clarify more within this blog. […]

Webinar – How to help new staff become productive sooner

Staff Induction & On-Boarding Webinar – RECORDING Are you thinking of recruiting new staff or have you experienced challenges when introducing a new team player? Helping new staff members to feel ‘at home’ as quickly, and easily as possible has multiple benefits for yourself as the employer and your new employee.  Listen to the recording of this FREE webinar to […]

Family Success Planning: Win the Generation Game

There’s a lot of twaddle talked about the rise and fall of family businesses and family succession planning, like: ‘Family-owned businesses are a small part the UK economy’.Actually they account for almost 95% of businesses in this country. So family succession planning is vital. Family businesses ‘go from shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations.’(The first […]