Everyone knows that training and developing staff in a business is important however it can be difficult to know what needs to be done and how to do it. There are so many pressures on a business that sometimes training can slip to the bottom of the pile. I thought I would share my experience of training and continued learning with you today.
The new year is always a time for reviewing your life and your finances should be no different. Why not take a little time to do the following checks on your financial situation. Here are our 5 financial resolutions for the year ahead.
There’s no denying that there is a lot to think about when it comes to setting up a business. One of the most important aspects of getting your company up and running is putting the right insurance policies in place. Two important types of cover you should know about are public and employers’ liability insurance. These policies can play a crucial role in protecting your long-term finances, and you may be legally required to have one or both of them in place. To ensure you’re up to speed when it comes to these forms of protection, take a look at this brief guide for start-ups.
There can be times in everyone’s life when they get in a muddle with their finances. Then the time comes when you apply for a new phone contract or energy supplier and are denied due to your credit score – arghh you think – where do I start ? Well, there are two main things you need to know: what is your credit score and how can you rebuild your credit score. It may sound daunting and all too scary but don’t worry it is more straightforward than you think. If you have just been missing a lot of payments and are just scatty then you should be able to vastly improve your credit in a year or two if you do all the right things.
Moving into a new rental property can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful and there is a lot to do. If you’re not careful, you could make mistakes that end up costing you big, both in terms of your finances and your stress levels. To help ensure that the transition to your new property is smooth and hassle-free, and to avoid unnecessary costs and complications further down the line, it pays to ask yourself the following four questions.