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Don't ignore warning signs of staff strife

Disciplinary and grievance.' Two words your average print boss will be none too fond of, standing as they do for pretty much everything that could go wrong with a company HR-wise.

Ensure you're not fair game for claims of discrimination: hiring

One printer describes hiring as a "minefield", while a consulting firm says it is potentially very costly. Let us take your hand and guide the way

How Davids can take on Goliaths: a guide to microbusinesses

On a level playing field, small firms can punch above their weight. However, too often, the odds are stacked in favour of the bigger players

Purchasing the best of both: a guide to M&As

Acquisitions have a murky reputation, as we have all seen too many pre-pack administrations to feel at ease with the subject. Do it well, though, and merging with another firm could be your best move yet

Neck and neck: platesetters keeping up with digital kit

As technology continues to improve, litho presses are currently getting much better at short-run, on-demand work. But platesetters must keep apace, too, if those gains are really going to be effective

City slicker takes to the single life: Cascade Group business inspection

The decision to go it alone can be daunting, but the potential reward can be well worth it

New Year predictions - Print & Procurement's Matthew Parker

Matthew Parker, director, Print & Procurement

Tech with the magic touch that'll make you go 'OOH': the power of NFC

Near-field technology has the potential to revolutionise the way consumers interact with advertising and marketing materials - and printers have the opportunity to get in on the ground floor

Making memories with image capture: the power of photo products

Photo products are proving hugely popular with consumers and, more recently, businesses, looking to encapsulate a moment in time

Trying to measure the unmeasurable: substrate management

The world of paper management is a tricky one, but with a little more openness within the printing industry, these hurdles could be overcome

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