The Web is a big place, harbouring at least 70 million websites consisting of at least 19 billion individual pages and that's just an estimate. With so much information floating around it can be quite difficult to filter out the noise from the good stuff.
One of e-mail’s greatest benefits is that you can communicate quickly and easily with just about anybody. However, one of its biggest challenges is that we think we can write quickly and easily without checking. As a result, our e-mail is often badly composed, too long or too brief, contains spelling and grammatical errors and even goes to the wrong person if we pressed the wrong button too quickly!
How to build a productive and mutually beneficial relationship with your manager
Your manager is the single biggest factor in determining whether your working life is a joy or a misery. It is often said that people do not quit organisations, they quit bosses.
Witnessing and Execution of Wills - How to avoid disappointing the beneficiaries
In the second of a series of articles which look at best practice tips we will consider how simple administrative errors in the witnessing and execution of Wills can give rise to negligence claims against legal practices.
Witnessing a Will
The ever-increasing rate of technological advances means that we can access information and communicate with each other at the touch of a button, 24 hours a day. This round-theclock and remote or online access opens up a world of possibilities for those of us involved in a full-time career, who perhaps want to expand our skill set, enhance our ability to perform in a current role or are thinking of starting our own business.
In a perfect world, people would judge us by results and the quality of our work. However, life isn't perfect. People who work hard and are loyal can be overlooked for promotion or pay rises – while those doing a good PR job on themselves tend to be thanked and appreciated more often.
So here are the top ten tips to get yourself noticed:
How Home Information Packs (HIPs) are affecting the house-buying process in England & Wales