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November 2016 Newswire  
 

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Hethertons Services for Business

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

  Hethertons celebrates local business success at top York awards


 

Hethertons has been celebrating the success of the city’s small businesses by sponsoring a prestigious local award.

Tom Henry, from the firm’s Commercial Property team, handed over the award for Small Business of the Year at this month’s Press Business Awards.

 
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  Call for questions about workers’ rights to be answered


 

The Prime Minister has been asked to clarify whether existing employment rights will be retained following Britain’s departure from the EU.

Current legislation is set to be transposed into UK law as part of the Great Repeal Bill recently announced by Theresa May.

 
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  Addressing late payment crisis could save many firms from collapse


 

A more robust system for tackling the UK’s late payment crisis could prevent as many as 25,000 business failures a year, new research suggests.

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has recently prepared a report, which assesses the impact that payment practices had on the nation’s SMEs.

 
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  Firms prepare for Small Business Saturday


 

Organisers of this year’s Small Business Saturday are hoping to once again secure strong support for their grassroots campaign.

Ahead of the event, which will be held on December 3rd, a bus has been travelling the UK to promote the important role that small businesses play in communities around the country.

 
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  Concerns about health and safety risks


 

Concerns have been raised after thousands of staff at a leading courier firm were asked to work up to 20 days in succession.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) was alerted to the request from Hermes, which delivers goods to High Street businesses including John Lewis and Next.

 
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