More than nine million people working or volunteering with children and vulnerable adults will no longer need to register and be monitored by the state following an overhaul of the checking regime.Details
The ASA is launching a cross-media ad campaign to raise awareness of the fact that its remit is being extended to cover marketing on websites from 1st March 2011.Details
The aim of the act is to consolidate existing legislation on bribery. For the purposes of the Bribery Act, bribery is defined as `the giving or taking of a reward in return for acting dishonestly and/or in breach of the law’.Details
Paternity Leave and Pay – Additional paternity leave and pay will come into force from 3rd April 2011.
Introduction of additional paternity leave and pay Additional paternity leave and pay will come into force from 3 April 2011, eligible employees will gain the right to additional paternity leave and pay (APL&P). The right will apply where: their partner is due to give birth on or after 3 April 2011 they and/or the other…Details
Backing Small Business The government has announced further plans to help small and medium-sized businesses to flourish and to encourage entrepreneurship. CJAM specialise in outsourcing to support SMEs contact our management team to find out more. Set out within the Backing Small Business report, released on 1 November, are six steps to support small businesses:…Details
In difficult economic times online marketing provides a cost-effective way to reach customers. Digital marketing has become one of the most powerful and effective tools for many of CJAM’s clients. As part of an integrated association and not for profit management solution or as a stand alone service, our digital marketing platforms can help you achieve…Details
While today’s revised economic growth forecast by the Bank of England may have us thinking that we need to tighten our belts even more, it also highlights the difficulties involved in business planning, budgeting and projections.
So Chancellor George Osborne has outlined his plans for £6.2 billion of spending cuts to address the budget deficit. It looks like many areas of the public sector will now face a dramatic shake up in order to maintain (or even improve) service levels with their new reduced funding.Details