April 1st 2015 is the starting point for a new era in social care in England and Wales.
The question of whether an individual is an employee, a worker or self-employed is not straightforward to answer and is considered by employment tribunals on a regular basis.
I’m often asked what makes a great leader or a superb manager.
A narrow, architect-designed property on the market in Tring has been dubbed one of Britain’s tiniest homes.
In recent weeks we’ve been exploring the importance of selling. You were probably just re-selling yourself over Valentine’s weekend and a sales roadshow will be headed to your front door shortly in the guise of the elections.
Plans to bring some ‘up-Tring Funk’ to the borough’s biggest music festival are underway with big-name acts being flown in from the States for the first time.
If you accept that being great at sales offers you a serious business edge over your competition, the question arises as to what it takes to become a ‘Sales A Player’, which we might define as being 90% likely to achieve the results and performance that only 10% of people are capable of delivering.
A bank which prides itself on doing things differently is celebrating its first birthday.
Music promoter David Stopps joined county council boss Martin Tett at the Aylesbury Study Centre to launch his new book.
A financial co-operative running across Buckinghamshire has paid its first dividend to savers.
What skill do you instinctively realise to be essential in business, have you never bothered to learn professionally or apply with determination, and do you hate when you see it done well by others?
Did you miss reading my words of wisdom last week? No? Ouch!