We have another great week of interesting articles for you. We have the second part of our GDPR tip looking at data breaches, which will help to prepare your contingency plan. If you missed the first part of this article last week you can read ithere.
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This week we offer a step by step guide on how your business can plan for and create a data breach contingency plan. Read on to learn more on how your business can protect its personal data under GDPR….
A new real time reporting regime for PAYE will come into effect on 1 January 2019. This is the most significant change to the PAYE system since it was introduced in 1960. There are a number of important steps that employers should take to prepare.
Spotlight on the Wage Subsidy Scheme, which offers significant subsidies to employers who employ workers with disabilities to offset productivity shortfalls or additional management costs. This article provides information on the scheme and advice on how to apply.
Foundations in Management is just one of the SFA training courses coming up as part of our ‘Training that counts’ suite. All programmes are delivered by expert trainers with many years of industry experience.
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