Pay Awards Remain Muted and Below Inflation Over 2014
Annual pay rises are delivering a median 2.5% increase according to analysis, by UK online HR resource XpertHR, of 215Read more.
Microsoft and Disney among US “Best Corporate Citizens”
Corporate Responsibility Magazine has announced its 15th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, recognizing the standout performance of public companiesRead more.
U.S. Court of Appeal Rules in Favour of Terminated Chrysler Dealers
A U.S. Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of scores of Chrysler dealers who were terminated during Chrysler’s 2009Read more.
Carter Backer Winter Launches New Corporate Finance Team
Mid-tier accountancy firm Carter Backer Winter LLP has appointed Odhran Dodd, formerly a Partner at UHY Hacker Young LLP toRead more.
Government Legal Aid Reform “Could Cost Creditors More Than £150m per Year”
Creditors face losing more than £150m per year if the Government follows through with plans to end an exemption forRead more.
My Learned Friend Launches Crowdsourced Platform
This week’s launch of My Learned Friend, a new social media style platform for legal research, discussion and debate couldRead more.
Criminal Tax Cases Shifted onto the Taxpayer HMRC
Burden Of Proof In Criminal Tax Cases To Be Shifted Onto The Taxpayer HMRC To Get More Draconian PowersRead more.
British Accountants to Develop Expertise in Africa and Asia
Teams of British accountants will help transform accounting standards and develop professional accountancy institutes in Africa and Asia, International DevelopmentRead more.
HMRC Unable To Disclose Number Of Civil Fraud Investigations
Only Six Taxpayers A Month Voluntarily Acknowledge They Have Committed Fraud Using HMRC FacilityRead more.
Crossroads Systems Regains NASDAQ Compliance
Crossroads Systems has announced that it has received notice from The NASDAQ Stock Market that it had regained compliance withRead more.
FCA Takes Control of Consumer Credit
Tony Armour, managing director of Business Process Solutions, DST, comments on the changes to the consumer credit market regulation.Read more.
Ethics Crisis as Managers Stop Caring
Too many managers are robotically following rules rather than making decisions with their hearts and minds, according to new researchRead more.