The start of a new year is often a time for reflection, addressing lingering items from the previous year and planning ahead for the year to come. For busy individuals, this can be a good time to bring your personal finances to the top of the pile, at least momentarily taking stock and ensuring not only that you are prepared for the end of the tax year, but that longer-term financial goals are also well planned for.
Quill’s implemented the Living Wage for its employees and joined 4,700 leading companies as accredited Living Wage Employers.
West Yorkshire law firm Chadwick Lawrence expects its new practice and case management system to deliver “significant benefits” after signing up to SOS Connect from Solicitors Own Software.
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Redbrick Solutions have announced this week that the latest version of their award winning case management solution has been released. This marks the 20th version of ‘Redbrick Practice Management’ and includes a number of enhancements and new functionality to benefit clients.
New Year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, with the majority of people failing to stick to them for longer than a few weeks. That’s because they’re often too vague or too monumental.
Claim Technology announce collaboration with Plexus Law, offering innovative outsourced claims solutions
Claim Technology are delighted to announce a working partnership with Plexus Law, a leading provider of legal services to insurers, corporates and public organisations.
So come on….will it be drinking less, getting fit, losing weight? Will it be looking for a new job? Will it be a decision to move house? The start of a new year is an odd time. It’s dark, cold and the parties and festivities are over. There’s been far more time than usual to sit and think, and realise that something about your life isn’t quite right. It’s a time when people and businesses make changes. Firms have enjoyed (endured?) the conference season at the end of the year before. They’ll have had time to consider the ideas flung at them by the eager suppliers- Do you need a new system?