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Put mental health on the agenda

Employers should focus on the mental wellbeing of staff according to a law firm and HR expert.

Simple steps to make sure clients pay up

In uncertain times, it is more important than ever for businesses to make sure sales are paid on time.

Nine tips for making your business legally safe

Here are some top tips for employers wanting to avoid common mistakes when it comes to looking after staff and creating contracts.

How cutting rates cuts options

The Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates has backed investors and savers further into a corner.

Kent will rise to the challenge

The EU referendum has left an environment of uncertainty but business in the county will pull through because of its variety of industries.

Let's hope hiccup doesn't become a cough

Data shows a slowdown in the economy since the EU vote, which is why government and institutions are doing all they can to keep business moving.

How to unlock the potential in your company

If you're a business owner in Kent and want to grow your customer base, the KM Media Group can help...

Excited at prospect of building profiles

The new chair of the Institute of Directors in Kent has set out her mission for inspiring growth in the county.

How Brexit could impact the FTSE 100

Analysis shows markets are poised for a big shift after the EU referendum.

Why we are publishing the Quarterly Economic Survey

Kent Invicta Chamber's research of its members, carried out every three months, will be published in depth in Kent Business.

Pros and cons of in and out

With the EU referendum fast approaching, it’s vital we are all given clear and concise information on the impact of either staying in or leaving.

We need more women leaders

The jury is no longer out – the case has been made about the importance of unlocking female talent to deliver UK economic prosperity.

Why firms don't report crime

New research has found 38% of small firms are not reporting crimes against their business because they do not think it would lead to prosecutions.

Apprentices prompt 'lively' lunch

Giving feedback to the Government on the role of apprenticeships has proved a big talking point with bosses.

The budget: What did it do for savers?

Now the dust has settled, the pros and cons are emerging of measures like the lifetime ISA.

Commercial estate agent or residential estate agent?

Need expert advice on selling or leasing commercial property then check out our guide...

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