A vacancy has arisen in our Liverpool office for an experienced payroll officer to join our busy bureau. Attractive remuneration package and benefits apply. If you're ready for a new challenge, we'd love to hear from you. Read the full job specification and send your CV to Corrine.
We're absolutely committed to fundraising for a diverse range of charities each and every month of the year. Plus, we just love dreaming up new ways to raise money for our chosen charitable concerns. As you'll see in this charity news round-up, our current campaigns are no exception. There's our usual dress-down-Friday, Hailie's firewalk and Andy's boxing match. Read more.
When it comes to business, there’s no point in having a plan A unless you’ve got a plan B. While plan A might be the route to profits, plan B is the means of surviving, whatever challenges you come up against. That's why you need to undertake disaster recovery and business continuity planning. There's a lot hinging on these two plans so it’s important to get it right. To help you in this gargantuan task, we offer ten top tips.
We love getting out and about to chat face-to-face with you, our clients and prospective clients. Even better when we can get together in an informal setting and talk more freely. That's why we've just booked the Law Society Presidents & Secretaries Conference being held on 5th to 6th May in London. Visit our stand during the conference or catch up with us at the evening dinner over a drink or dance!
We remain just as committed to corporate philanthrophy and we're hoping 2017 will be our best year yet. We kick-started our charitable campaigns in January with our monthly dress-down-Friday fundraiser which saw us donate £55 to the Marfan Association. February's dress-down-Friday monies will go to R Charity.
Two of our Brighton office staff, Richard Salt our IT Director and Gavin Downs our Software Developer, are doing the Brighton half marathon on 26th February for Cancer Research. If you're able to sponsor the pair, please visit their secure JustGiving web page.
Cyber crime's a fast-growing area of crime with attacks increasing in frequency, severity and sophistication. Cyber crime now poses such a serious threat that this past week alone has seen the official launch of the National Cyber Security Centre in London and Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, pledge £1.9bn to strengthen Britain's cyber defences.
The legal industry is a prime target for cyber criminals. Access our re-published '10 top tips on desktop security' article to introduce much-needed security measures in order to create a robust, reliable and safe cyber environment.