UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are being urged to invest more time and money in improving recruitment and workplace productivity, after a new study found that ‘underperforming employees’ are costing small businesses almost £40,000 a year.Continue reading
SMEs more likely to suffer cyber attacks than larger firms, study suggests
New official research suggests that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are more likely to encounter a cyber attack or data breach than larger firms and corporates.Continue reading
82 per cent of SMEs are struggling to recruit top talent, survey finds
The vast majority (82 per cent) of UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are struggling to recruit the right talent they need to help their business grow, a new study reveals.Continue reading
SMEs struggling to realise their growth plans, study suggests
A new study carried out by the British Business Bank suggests that one in three small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are struggling to realise their growth plans, due to a lack of understanding of small business finance.Continue reading
Is your workplace pension up to scratch?
More than eight in 10 employees in the UK are now saving into a workplace pension, new figures reveal.Continue reading
Businesses need to prepare for upcoming payroll changes
Businesses in the UK have less than six months to prepare for important new payroll legislation which will shake up the requirements of employee payslips, it has been warned.Continue reading
How will the changes in the Spring Budget affect pensions?
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