Sunday, January 24, 2021

Wilkin Chapman law firm to offer free employment law advice at...

The expert Employment Law team at Wilkin Chapman are holding a free seminar for all local businesses providing advice on the latest legal developments. The...

Barclays’ move to end off-payroll contracting sounds warning for IR35 employment

Barclays’s announcement that it is calling time on off-payroll contracting is a sign of the damage the changes to IR35 will do, the Association...

Almost 200 attend Huddersfield Design Conference

Almost 200 creative practitioners, students and enthusiasts gathered at Bates Mill in Huddersfield for the town’s first Design Conference. Organised by Wilson’s Republic, the inaugural...

Emsleys to hold growth seminar

Emsleys Solicitors and JS Recruitment are holding a free seminar on 19th November offering practical advice on recruiting the right person, making employment contracts...

FSB urges Theresa May to complete vital task before she steps...

Prime Minister Theresa May must use her final days in office to push through the late payments reforms package announced in this year’s Spring...

FSB calls for fair deal on energy for smallest businesses

The smallest businesses should be protected from plans to cap ‘rip off’ domestic energy bills, according to the Federation of Small Businesses. A proposed price cap...

Top lawyer honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award

A respected East Yorkshire lawyer was “All Shook Up” at the Chamber Bridlington and Yorkshire Coast Business Awards when he was presented with a...

New programme aims to enhance supply chains for 450 businesses

A regional programme set up to support supply chains in the Leeds City Region has been launched, with the objective of helping 450 businesses...

Lincolnshire’s devolution deal debated by councils and business

Business people and local authority leaders have come together to debate the pros and cons of Greater Lincolnshire's Devolution Deal. LEP Chair Ursula Lidbetter was...

Online retailers rush to register for VAT

Online retailers selling goods in Britain have rushed to register for UK VAT, following the introduction of new powers that hold online marketplaces liable...

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