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[ 26 Apr 2018 | No Comment ]

There are modern technologies that can help you manage your business efficiently to save costs, provide a better service and keep your drivers safe on the road. Here are just some business travel essentials you and your company can benefit from.
Telematics
Use advanced data to monitor how your fleet are driving. It can be important for brand management, for the safety of your employees and for other road users that your drivers are safe on the road. Mark each vehicle with a telematics device to monitor how safely they are driving, …

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[ 11 Apr 2018 | No Comment ]
Mums Enterprise Ltd. BANS Multi-Level Marketing Companies from exhibiting at flexible work and business shows in Manchester and London

Multi Level Marketing = Mums Lose Money
Mum’s Enterprise Ltd. have announced the decision that they will not be accepting exhibitor bookings from any Multi Level Marketing brands in a bid to protect attendees and preserve the transparent and honest ambitions of their brand.
Responsible business owners and mothers themselves, Lindsey Fish, Founder and CEO and her business partner Lucy Chaplin, know only too well, the pressures set upon parents to find a flexible work alternative funding life after children and as a result they have chosen to ban these companies from all aspects of our events and …

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[ 28 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]

The majority of MPs say employers are not doing enough to tackle women’s inequality, as many expect they will not see equality in their lifetime, according to a ComRes survey of MPs commissioned by Young Women’s Trust.
The charity’s poll of more than 150 MPs shows that MPs are pessimistic about women’s futures, with 37 per cent saying equality will not be achieved in their lifetime, at the current rate of progress. A huge 58 per cent say employers are not doing enough to tackle gender inequality in the workplace.
Women MPs …

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[ 26 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]

Running your own business from home requires more than just having a large enough office space to work in. When you become your own boss, there’s no one else around to help with tasks or give you that extra nudge if motivation gets low. You’ll have to know how to keep the business running like clockwork by yourself – often while juggling the busy demands of family life.
For those thinking about setting up their own venture – or for those who have already done so and are simply looking to …

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[ 19 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]

Better training of line managers in how to manage flexible workers and greater availability of senior level flexible jobs are vital for reducing the gender pay gap and creating a more equal work culture, according to the Workingmums.co.uk’s Best Practice Report 2018.
The Report is an in-depth look at what the most progressive companies are doing with regard to gender diversity and flexible working. It includes detailed interviews with the winners of the Workingmums.co.uk’s Top Employer Awards as well as case studies. The aim is to spread best practice and ideas of …

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[ 17 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]

Leading apprenticeship levy-paying employers from the gas, power, waste management and water industries are calling for consistency in skills policy across the four nations of the UK to cut costs and red tape.
This request to policymakers is detailed in the ‘Transnational Research White Paper: Unified Skills Policy for a Truly United Kingdom.’ It is supported by the views of the 25-strong forum of employers, who assert that the removal of transnational policy obstacles will better position the sector to address existing skills challenges. It builds on recommendations in the Workforce …

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[ 7 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]
One in three side hustlers fail to declare taxable earnings to HMRC

A third of Britain’s side hustlers have admitted withholding their earnings from HMRC according to OddsMonkey.
New research commissioned by Oddsmonkey reveals that Brits are using side hustles to help cover the cost of living.
As the annual inflation rate doubled from 1.2% to 3.1% in the past year1, the average monthly wage of £1538.97 is not enough to cover the cost of living for almost a quarter of Brits (24%).
Because of this, 25% of working employees have resorted to a side hustle to earn extra money with 36% of those having 3 or …

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[ 1 Mar 2018 | No Comment ]
Mums Enterprise Roadshow Announce 2018 Dates

The Mums Enterprise Roadshow, now in its third year, has confirmed that to meet rapidly rising demand it will be hosting two large-scale exhibitions attracting over 10,500 attendees across these two events in Manchester and London with plans to reach Edinburgh in early 2019.
Mums Enterprise Roadshow Manchester will be a one-day event, taking place on Wednesday 20th June at Event City, in Trafford City Manchester.
Mums Enterprise Roadshow London will be its first ever two-day event in London in the larger venue; Olympia London which will take place from Friday 28th …

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[ 15 Jan 2018 | No Comment ]

Companies with high levels of staff satisfaction perform better financially, according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
The study examined the effect of staff satisfaction on corporate performance using employees’ online reviews of where they work.
Writing in the journal Economic Letters, the researchers from Norwich Business School say that firms rated highly by their current employees in terms of satisfaction achieve greater financial performance compared to firms characterised by low levels of employee satisfaction.
They add that this association between employee satisfaction and corporate performance indicates that employees’ …

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[ 8 Jan 2018 | No Comment ]

Staff who feel they are treated unfairly at work are at increased risk of being off sick more frequently and for longer, according to new research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Stockholm University.
Sickness absence is a major health concern for organisations and important contributing factors are found in the work environment. For example, low job control and decision-making opportunities have previously been shown to increase the likelihood of sick leave.
A relatively new determinant of employee health is their perception of fairness in the work place, known as …