As an employer, you have a duty of care to your employees in relation to health and safety, and indeed towards other individuals, including workers/contractors and visitors to your premises.
DEMAND for retail properties in Scotland was high in 2019, resulting in some strong sales – particularly in the petrol filling station sector.
COMMERCIAL property agency Shepherd Chartered Surveyors had cause for celebration when it scooped accolades at two top industry awards ceremonies.
Counterline is the market leader for the design and manufacture of bespoke foodservice counters and displays
Ensuring the employee dress code is not discriminatory
How Brexit will affect Scotland’s retail sector is still unknown, with the negotiations on Britain’s future relationship with the world’s largest trading bloc still to get underway.
Audrey Junner, partner at Hill Brown Licensing, offers some insights into the dos and don’ts of alcohol delivery
Edinburgh start-up, ePOS Hybrid is expecting a flood of new investment after what it is calling ‘extraordinary demand’ for its products.
Bill payment service provider PayPoint has started 2020 with a raft of contract renewals that sees it hold on to some of the biggest names serviced at its 28,000 sites across the UK and extend the services offered in these stores.
Retailers encouraged to use machines for improved efficiency and stronger margins
THE need for employers to have an awareness of right to work legislation can often seem quite daunting or unnecessary but failure to gain an understanding could seriously cripple a business.
Make room for home essentials, says Little Things boss
After 18 months, doors open at David’s Kitchen Kirkcaldy
Don’t get caught out by employment reforms this spring
Scottish retailers can now get their hands on Juul vaping products across United Wholesale Scotland’s depots
PAYPOINT has been celebrating a milestone, with its PayPoint One platform now live in over 16,000 stores across the UK.