Working closely with his colleagues at Towergate Risk Management, Adrian Bonas at Towergate Insurance Brokers, is reminding employers that they need to be alert to, and make provision for, the issues that could be arising around the Christmas festivities, such as discrimination, sexual harassment, drunken behaviour, fighting, drink driving, or misuse of social media.
As pressure grows to address auditing standards challenges to the audits of smaller and less-complex entities, ACCA’s (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Thinking Small First report reveals alternative ways to tackle the issue, without compromising on audit rigour.
Cardiff Metropolitan University is celebrating after winning a Sanctuary Award for its work to raise awareness of issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees, therefore becoming the first ‘University of Sanctuary’ in Wales.
National Lottery millionaires from across South Wales and the South West of England have joined forces to host a glitzy Rat Pack-inspired Christmas party for an older people’s music group.
Now that the magical world of J.K Rowling has hit cinemas once again, The Red Dragon Centre is casting a spell upon Cardiff Bay, unleashing its own magical creatures ahead of the festive period.
Cardiff Metropolitan University in partnership with Cardiff Met Students’ Union has launched a #CampusCanines initiative to help students tackle homesickness for their dogs and to promote well-being and community fun.
In the wake of the hugely successful auto-enrolment workplace pension scheme, the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) will be trialling a similar initiative to help workers save for a ‘rainy day’.
A Kilsby Williams tax manager took a walk on the wild side, as she trekked along the Great Wall of China for five days to raise vital funds for charity.
A leading insurance broker has made a generous donation to a Cardiff charity through its community grants programme.
One of Wales’ leading aluminium fabricators, Dudley’s Aluminium, is ending 2018 on a high after securing two new projects with a combined worth of close to £4million.