At Absolute Works we like to provide continuous training for our employees which allows them to develop their skills and expertise. We would like to offer our congratulations to Kathleen Hopewell on achieving her CIPD level 3 HR qualification and receiving her...
Flying Tiger opened its first store in 1995 in Copenhagen. They now have more than 700 stores in 30 countries. Their shops are full of quirky Danish design, winning them numerous awards, including the prestigious iF Design Award in 2016. We are...
On 6 April 2017 the Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect and it is important that you are aware what this means to your business. In Summary: All employers with a payroll of £3m or above will be taxed 0.5% on their payroll from 6th April 2017. This...
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