Category: Finance

Government Intends to Prohibit no-fault evictions in England

Private landlords may no longer have the ability to evict tenants in short notice and with no reason under new government programs, effectively producing”open-ended tenancies”. Prime Minister Theresa May said the modifications would abolish evictions. Department 21 notices¬†enable landlords to evict tenants with no motive once their arrangement comes to an end. The administration’s proposals

HR Outsourcing – The Benefits and Drawbacks

It is not unusual to observe companies outsource HR Nowadays. The direction would be to unburden the business from divisions, as businesses strive to become efficient, and HR is just one of these. HR teams are becoming smaller, and just like with any other changes there are people that are against it and two sides.

More talks with the EU will lead to more meaningful votes – Theresa May

Theresa May has assured a final vote on her Brexit deal to MPs with the EU – but not before she’s procured modifications to the backstop clause that is Irish. “We need a while to finish that procedure”, she added. The day if no agreement is reached by 26 February MPs will receive more votes

What it takes to get into structural engineering

A structural engineer is someone who designs, plans and oversees the construction of new buildings or bridges, or even alterations to existing structures or properties, with the focus being on ensuring that the building itself is structurally secure and designed in a way that will last the test of time. Structural Engineering itself can be

The Death of Cheap Food in the UK?

After years or stagnation instead of inflation regarding wages on top of increasing food prices, around 40% of British people are growing concerned about the increased cost of food in the UK. As while UK groceries are some of the cheapest in the world, the concern with the inflation is still there. Some of the