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[ 10 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Your Name and Age: Sanjay Aggarwal, 36
Tell us about your family: I live with my wife Laura and baby girl Zara, now 9 months old
What did you do before coming up with your business idea and how was it making the transition?
I have had my own recruitment business since I was 24 but for the last 2 years I have been full time growing Spice Kitchen. I set the business up as a retirement project for my mum and it grew much bigger than we ever imagined
When did you launch?
We started in …

business mums news, Headline »

[ 9 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Researchers polled 2,000 homeowners and found, from a list of life stresses, respondents chose moving house (40 percent) as more stressful than most other life events, such as getting divorced (34 percent), having a baby (31 percent), starting a new job (27 percent) and organising a wedding (25 percent).
In fact, the only life event which came higher in the stress stakes, was a bereavement, according to the poll. Over a third (34 percent) of movers suffered severe anxiety during their last move, while a massive forty percent were left depressed and the same …

finance »

[ 9 May 2019 | No Comment ]

It’s in everyone’s best interests to save for the future. After all, luck can change just as easily as the weather, so it’s important to always have some funds stored safely away in the event of such a turn. That said, in a consumer and capitalist society, saving is one of those pursuits that’s sometimes often easier said than done – especially for the younger generation today.

It’s quite likely that by now you know of the usual ways to save your money, and perhaps these strategies on proving as useful …

Headline, health, house and home »

[ 7 May 2019 | No Comment ]

By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app
Ever wondered just what you should keep in your family first aid kit? If your bathroom cabinet has a few plasters and a sticky bottle of paracetamol., read on to find out about which items to stock up on this springtime so that you and your family are prepared.
Medication

Paracetamol – useful to have on hand for any pain or temperature
Ibuprofen – for pain control due to sprains or minor injuries and can be used with paracetamol
Piriton …

awards, business mums news, Headline »

[ 7 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Nominations now open for the 2019 Barclaycard everywoman in Retail Awards
The 2019 Barclaycard everywoman in Retail Awards programme is now open, welcoming nominations from the industry’s exceptional talent. From the young, rising stars, to the long-standing leaders and pioneering entrepreneurs, individuals at all stages of their career journeys are invited to nominate themselves or others. By showcasing their success stories, they will inspire a new generation of female talent to pursue a rewarding career in this fast-evolving industry.
Retail is changing at an unprecedented rate making it one of the most …

business, finance, Headline »

[ 5 May 2019 | No Comment ]

by Inna Kaushan, co-founder of Solna
If you run any kind of small business, you’ll recognise this scenario: You’re focused on delivering a project. Then the next one and the next one. Time flies by. And then it suddenly hits you – the year end is approaching, and you have accounts and tax returns to complete.
Only two things can help you ensure you don’t get into a last-minute panic again, accounting, and bookkeeping. These are important financial processes that’ll assist you with financial control and end-of-year tax affairs. But they’re not …

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[ 3 May 2019 | No Comment ]

After 25 years of working on the accounts of local and national companies, a twist of fate finally pushed Chelmsford-based Karen Cain into launching her own business that she now hopes to some day pass on to her children.
Her last employer, a small local air conditioning company, began putting her through her first payroll qualifications with distance learning specialist Ideal Schools in 2011. She progressed through her entry bookkeeper exams at good pace, but was made redundant in 2014 when her employer ran into financial difficulties.
“When I was working for …

Headline, job hunting, run your own business, self employment »

[ 3 May 2019 | No Comment ]

According to experts, remote work will become one of the major business trends of 2019. The concept of the office has changed over the last decade as employees seek a better work/life balance, and it is expected that 50% of the workforce will be able to work remotely by 2020. The biggest benefit felt by employees regarding remote working is their ability to manage and structure their own time – 65% of employees believe they are more productive working from home. Additionally, the widespread use of the Internet means that …

education »

[ 3 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Coursework writing is essential for trainees or students for learning purpose. Students have to complete this assignment for good grades. Writing style, content, and structure may vary from dissertations to dissertations. Academic coursework can affect the scores or grades of a student. You may get several weeks to complete this work. Students can use the internet, notes, and textbooks for research. Beginners can get the advantage of coursework writing service.
University students have to complete coursework to enhance their research skills, demonstrate and broaden their knowledge. Sometimes, coursework involves a group …

business, business planning, employment, work »

[ 1 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Between 2015 and 2018 women had reportedly higher rates of work-related stress, depression or anxiety per 100,000, with the highest rates amongst those between the ages of 35 and 44. Founder of the UK’s first ever #EmployeeRightsDay, Alex Monaco is an employment law solicitor and author of The Resignation Revolution. Here he shares his top employee rights tips for women.
Equal Pay
Pay gap between men and women reportedly widens with age, particularly when it comes to senior executive roles. Despite there being legislation, employers are seemingly playing catch up, which includes …