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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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technology

Time to embrace mobile solutions

With smartphone transactions increasing year-on-year, it seems contactless payment is here to stay, writes Paul Smith of Barclays IN an increasingly immediate society, smartphone devices...

Licensing mustn’t be used for other issues

Legislation shouldn’t be used as a ‘gateway’ to solve wider issues or general concerns, writes lawyer Stephen McGowan
Stephen McGowan

Purgatory persists for many in Scottish hospitality

There is much to be concerned and alarmed about in the Scottish Government's roadmap, writes licensing lawyer Stephen McGowan.

Keeping up to speed with employment law

It’s crucial employers have the correct policies and procedures in place, writes employment lawyer David Hoey EMPLOYMENT law continues to grow. In addition to the...
Laura Salmond, partner at BTO Solicitors

Employment law landscape shifts

Further legislative change is on the horizon and hospitality sector employers must keep up to speed, writes lawyer Laura Salmond .

Does your system cover all bases?

The right database can streamline your bar, restaurant or hotel business, writes IT consultant Richard Walsh BY the time you’ve looked at three new cars...
BTO Solicitors’ David Hoey

Right to work checks crucial

Employers should follow new Home Office guidance and help prevent illegal working, writes employment lawyer David Hoey

Property market will return to good health

Apart from stating the obvious – that no one really knows where we are and what is happening – clients, buyers, stakeholders and even my wife all regularly ask me what the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown has been on the market so far
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The ideal time to look at refinancing

With the economy picking up, operators are advised to review their funding and debt options, writes Adrian Foster of Christie Finance SECURING finance in the...

Time to take a longer term view

Retirement planning is an important consideration for anyone working in the licensed trade, writes advisor Angus Kirk