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GDPR spells trouble for lazy marketers

Unless you’ve been living under a stone for the past few months, it can’t have escaped your notice that in a few short weeks the biggest shake up of data regulations in at least two decades will be rolled out: the General Data Protection Regulation.

Pay gap figures should prompt printers to walk the walk

Print has long been a man’s game. It doesn’t take a master statistician to deduce from visitor demographics at print trade shows or a walk across a press hall floor that the vast majority of those in the industry are men.

Let’s put the gap years behind us

Apologies in advance for the sweeping generalisation, but I think few people would argue that print is still very much a man’s game.

Help your staff plan for a comfortable retirement

Statistics from the Office for National Statistics published last September (2017) show that we’re living longer.

Take time to ensure your business is in the best of health

In the heady times immediately following the setting up of a new business, beyond the signing of contracts, few really take the time to step back and assess the new entity for structural weaknesses that could sink it before it has a chance to swim.

Extension of plain pack regs is ongoing concern for print

Packaging has barely been out of the news recently for various – usually plastic-related – reasons, but in the background there is an ongoing campaign for the introduction of more ‘plain packaging’ regulations.

The only way is ethics? God forbid

It is not a common occurrence, and it’s even rarer that it catches the eye of the media, but every so often a high-profile case arises in which a customer is refused a service because it conflicts in some way with the service provider’s religious, political or ethical beliefs.

Fire preparedness is a burning issue

In ancient Greek and Roman tradition, fire was one of the four elements alongside earth, water and air that were used to explain the nature and complexity of matter. But irrespective of how it’s considered, fire, when it strikes, can devastate a business.

Scales of justice are rebalanced in favour of employees

A decision handed down by the Supreme Court at the end of July has changed the employment law landscape. A fees-based regime instituted by the government that was intended to reduce the number of claims brought by employees was ruled unlawful.

Industry responds to tribunals ruling

Celebrated by many as a victory for working people over the elite, a Supreme Court battle brought by public sector union Unison against the government led to the scrapping of tribunal fees in late July.

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