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Regular health and safety inspections are recommended for any company, especially those that are often inundated with hazards, such as those in the construction industry.
Since the new sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences came into force in February of this year, 38 per cent of the 101 fines issued have gone to construction firms.
Beginning on 3rd October 2016, HSE inspectors will be conducting surprise inspections at construction sites where refurbishment projects or repair works are underway.
While collecting late payments is a relatively constant problem that affects businesses across nearly every industry, it is the single largest risk to the long-term sustainability of construction firms - especially small to mid-sized enterprises.
The Investment Association (which has taken over ABI's responsibility in this area) has produced its 2016 annual update of its remuneration principles (the Guidelines).
In this blog we consider the top three areas that businesses can get wrong when setting up in business
HM Revenue and Customs has announced a further 12 month extension to transitional arrangements relating to the VAT treatment of pension scheme costs.
There has been a dramatic rise in the occurrence of ‘Friday afternoon’ frauds over the last year.