Business Regulation

Inclusive workplaces linked to productivity

Businesses need to take more action in making their workplaces inclusive to staff, according to the Confederation of Business Industry.

Read more

RTI reporting challenging for micro-employers

Familiar with RTI reporting? A lack of understanding of how the process works is continuing to drive errors in reporting among micro-employers.

Read more

Cost of national living wage affecting profits

The cost of the new national living wage continues to affect profitability for small businesses.

Read more

SMEs writing off unpaid debts

82% of SMEs still have outstanding balances from their debtors, with the average owed estimated at £62,957.

Read more

Unfair contract terms cost small firms

Unfair contract terms with suppliers are a common problem with small firms, with 11% of those affected having to spend £5,000 or more to try and resolve their problems.

Read more

Firms missing staging date

Are you complying with your auto-enrolment duties? Many firms are completing applications after their staging date has passed.

Read more

Chasing payments taking 10% of working day for small firms

How does your business manage payments? Small firms are spending up to 10% of their working day chasing late payments.

Read more

Businesses scale back recruitment plans after Brexit vote

Following the decision to leave the EU, almost a quarter of businesses are planning a freeze on recruitment.

Read more

Employer uncertainty over apprenticeship levy

Is your business prepared for apprenticeship levy? 1 in 4 employers are planning to use the levy to invest in training and development.

Read more

1.4 million businesses still set to start auto-enrolment

Is auto-enrolment proving a challenge for your businesses? Around 1.4 million businesses are still due to begin the process between now and 2018.

Read more
Syndicate content