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01 June 2017

Did you know there are new car tax rates?

The big changes are the charges that apply in the year of purchase of the car.

31 May 2017

Marriage Allowance

Marriage allowance now worth £432 for many people

26 May 2017

Webs Training May 2017 Newsletter

Download our May newsletter today.

19 May 2017

Advice for businesses following recent Cyber incidents

Following the cyber incident on Friday the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Police have asked for following information to be communicated.

18 May 2017

Aftermath of WannaCry Ransomware Yet to Be Seen

WannaCry, a ransomware program that targets a vulnerability in outdated versions of Microsoft Windows.

21 April 2017

Changes to Data Protection Laws

Data protection will undergo extensive changes next year which will affect every employer in the country.

05 April 2017

Apprenticeship levy will deepen north-south divide, IPPR says

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has warned that the apprenticeship levy will raise less money and have a smaller impact in the areas that need it most

03 April 2017

Health and safety focus on sectors

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has unveiled plans to improve health and safety across key British industry sectors.

21 March 2017

How to Create a healthy working environment

It is often said that your work force is your best asset – a healthy work place promotes a healthy workforce.

10 March 2017

Are you sitting comfortably?

During Apprenticeship Week Webs have arranged for students from schools across the county to visit furniture manufacturing employers for a tour of their premises where they will see the career opportunities the industry has to offer.

06 March 2017

The Governments Guide to Fire Safety Law

You’re responsible for fire safety in business or other non-domestic premises if you’re: an employer, the owner, the landlord, an occupier or anyone else with control of the premises.

28 Feb 2017

Employers named and shamed

More than 350 employers have been named and shamed as the government publishes the largest ever list of national minimum and living wage offenders.