An altruistic group of volunteers from our Liverpool and Manchester office yesterday swapped their suits for overalls to paint the bedrooms and corridors at Liverpool-based Zoë's Place Baby Hospice during our second official volunteering day. Read more including commentary from the Premises Manager at Zoë's Place, Paul Day, and head over to Facebook for photos of our teams hard at work.
This week's heatwave is set to cause staff absences of up to 25% as employees make excuses to stay off work and enjoy the sun. What's more, even when the heatwave's over, schools will be breaking up for summer which means your headcount's reduced by holidaying colleagues. There's an easy solution to your short-staffing misery... outsourced cashiering, outsourced payroll and cloud software.
Our flagship Interactive system has earned a place on Capterra's just-launched 'Top 20 most popular law practice management software' list. The purpose of the business software comparison site's new legal software category is to assist individuals responsible for IT in practices to evaluate their software options from a reliable third-party source. We're wearing our 'Top 20' badge with pride!
We've launched a major recruitment drive to achieve ambitious expansion plans and support regional job creation growth. Vacancies currently available comprise 4 trainee legal cashiers, trainee administration and accounts assistant, trainee software tester and software developer. Full job specifications and application instructions can be found on our recruitment web page.
Loyal readers of our biannual Readit newsletters will be pleased to hear that your latest outsourcing-themed instalment is out now. Articles from us and various contributors introduce outsourced services which, for many, remains a largely unknown and unexplored concept. Titled "Building a better business with outsourcing", it's available for immediate download.
Headlining this latest round-up of Project QP news is Clare Tuck, our long-serving Regional Sales Consultant, who's religiously attended our charity committee's regularly scheduled blood donor sessions and gained a well-deserved silver award for her 25th donation. As well as donating blood, our charity committee's been dressing down for work to raise money for local causes and walking the Three Peaks in aid of the MS Society. Read more and get involved.