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    How to prepare your travellers for Brexit

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    As we approach the impending withdrawal from the EU, many travellers are still in the dark about how Brexit will impact the way we travel. With that in mind, Peter Snowdon, head of global account management at TAG, shares his insights on how travellers can best deal with the changes. Although a lot of uncertainty […]

    Join the PA Life panel at The PA Show

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    Chaired by PA Life’s editor Jade Burke, the session will cover all things Brexit and business travel, including visas, price fluctuations and travel insurance.   This year at The PA Show, Jade Burke, editor of PA Life, will be hosting an exclusive panel session focussing on Brexit and how business travel may be affected. Dubbed […]

    Top stories of the week

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    As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. 5 minutes with… Mary Portas We’ve heard from the PAs themselves about their day-to-day lives in the workplace, but we’ve decided to ditch the rule book and speak to a boss […]

    Join the PA Life panel on Brexit & business travel at The PA Show 2019

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    PA Life is looking for panellists to discuss how Brexit may impact business travel over the next few months during the annual London show. Are you responsible for booking your company’s business travel? Whether its organising a chartered flight, sourcing a new travel management company (TMC) or researching visas, we’d like to hear from you. […]

    Should recruiters favour education over potential?

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    Looking for the right candidate can be difficult, with people from all different background, levels of education and experience fighting it out to be your next employee. Vincenzo Ferrara looks into the argument about at who you should hire and who you should avoid. British businesses are at risk of losing out on the greatest candidates, […]

    Brexit update: What Theresa May’s defeat means to UK business

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    Last night saw Theresa May’s Government suffer a massive defeat in the House of Commons over her Brexit deal. Vincenzo Ferrara looks at what the vote potentially means for UK business.  On the evening of January 15, 2019, UK Prime Minister Theresa May lost the meaningful vote on her Government’s EU withdrawal agreement by a […]

    Give up meat, not alcohol this January

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    The latest diet fad that hopes to make you feel fit and healthy in 2019 is to keep the booze and ditch the meat for January. Otherwise known as Veganuary, the craze hopes that people will give up meat to benefit both their individual health and the environment. Figures released by VoucherCodes.co.uk has revealed the […]

    74% of professionals demand a second Brexit vote

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    New research has discovered that 74 per cent of professionals now seek a second Brexit referendum, following Prime Minister Theresa May’s vote of no confidence.  On Wednesday, December 12, Prime Minister Theresa May faced a vote of no confidence within her own Conservative party. This had the potential to make May resign and for the party […]

    Buyers fear long haul Brexit challenges

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    A Business Travel Show survey has revealed that Brexit is not only the biggest challenge facing buyers next year, but it will also continue to cause them problems as far ahead as 2022. For the first time in four years, cost-cutting was knocked off the top spot of the list of forthcoming challenges to be replaced by […]

    Why team work is the key to business success

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    Steve Norris, sales director and workplace channel lead at Nestlé Professional shares why teamwork is so important and why taking a break with colleagues makes sense. When it comes to being at work, ninety-two per cent of employees say positive workforce experiences matter more than anything else to them. As part of the Nestlé Professional® […]