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Friday, 30 December 2016

6 ways to protect business information in the workplace

pexels-photo-225502One of the most challenging prospects facing businesses in the UK today is how they can protect their confidential information, trade secrets and contacts, all of which are at threat from competitors, rogue employees and hackers. Here are 10 suggestions to better protect key information.

#1 – Background checks

Digging into the history of hiring candidates not only gives you a good indication of their competence for a particular role but it can also give you an insight into their honesty and integrity. While a criminal record may make you question whether or not they are the right fit for your businesses there are other red flags too. Lying about qualifications or work history and unaccounted gaps in their CV may also be red flags.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

How to legally change your gender

word gender on colorful wooden cubesIf you are looking to legally confirm a change of gender, you can apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate with the help of a solicitor. Here we will outline some key information regarding legally changing your gender in the UK.

In order to be legally recognised as your chosen gender in the UK you must first apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate. While changing your gender with banks, schools and official documentation such as your driving license or passport is relatively straight forward, it does not presently change your legal gender. However, under the Gender Recognition Act (2004) a route has been created for transsexual people to be able to legally change their gender.

Friday, 2 December 2016

Why business owners should consider prenuptial agreements

affair-1238430_1280Divorce has an impact on almost every area of your life and your business interests are rarely immune to that. When it comes to making a settlement with your spouse, you may be forced to give up as much as 50% of your wealth, and depending on the nature of your business this could include your business assets. However, increasingly pre-nuptial and post nuptial agreements are being recognised by the courts and taken into account when deciding upon financial settlements and could allow business owners to protect their companies from the impact of a divorce.