Most businesses experience some problems getting paid on time by their customers. Good credit control helps to prevent this becoming a serious problem.
Late payments create cash flow problems and can increase the risk that you will not be paid at all.
The company secretary acts as the chief administrative officer of the company, and shares various responsibilities with the directors under the Companies Act.
If you have decided to invest or reinvest in cars for your business, raising the money is unlikely to be a problem. Provided you have the cash for the deposit and a reasonable credit record, any dealer will arrange terms.
Protecting your IT system and the information it holds is essential. An IT systems failure or data loss can be catastrophic for your business.
Effective cash flow management is vital to ensure that your business has the funding needed to keep trading and make the most of opportunities to grow. A business can survive for a short time without sales or profits, but not without cash.
Personal development plans (PDPs) provide a powerful, flexible way to link employees’ professional and personal development with the development of your business.
Social media allows even the smallest business to interact with the wider world.
Recruiting the right individuals is crucial to the success of your business. Your aim is to ensure that your employees have the skills, experience and attitude that will help you achieve your objectives.
Work-related stress affects both employers and employees. Managing workplace stress can reduce illness and absenteeism, improve workplace relations and productivity, and help you avoid making bad business decisions.
Successful community organisations across the country deliver important services to their communities year-round. Being involved in contributing to your community can be a very rewarding experience.