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Pennine Business Partners celebrated their 5th birthday by hosting Huddersfield’s First Friday networking event on 6th March 2015.
We were delighted to welcome clients, colleagues, friends and local networkers for a proper birthday bash which included a buffet lunch, balloons, a drink to toast the birthday and of course birthday cake!
Posted on 17th February 2015
With an estimated 2.1 million adults in Great Britain using e-cigarettes it is surprising to hear that reportedly over half of UK businesses don’t have a policy on “vaping” in the workplace. The first vaping tribunal decision is a warning for employers to review your current smoking at work policy to ensure your rules on e-cigarettes are clearly communicated to your staff.
Posted on 11th February 2015
It is widely known that quality content is of paramount importance for a website to rank well in searches but how do search engines identify quality content?
Successive Google algorithm updates aim to refine results so that they match the intent of the search query. Google (and other search engines) are always looking for genuine quality content, and are increasingly smart at finding (and dismissing) pages that try to beat the system.
Posted on 4th February 2015
The recent case of Game Retail Limited V Laws was the first of its kind to make its way to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) when an employee was dismissed for his misuse of Twitter after posting a number of offensive tweets. The following case demonstrates the importance of having an internet and social media policy in place and should be a much needed motivator for those who are yet to enforce one.
Posted on 23rd January 2015
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Posted on 12th January 2015
In terms of health and safety, you are better off being at work or driving to or from work than you are being at home or doing a leisure activity with your family and friends.
A study of 36,310 patients at hospitals in Oxford and Banbury found that 41% of injuries occurred at home and during leisure activities, 15% of accidents happened on the road, 10% were in educational settings and only 8% were at work.