Month: <span>April 2019</span>

We all want fair day’s wage for a fair day’s work, but what if you think your employer simply isn’t paying you enough? Or if you’re a freelancer who feels you’re being fleeced by low rates? Here’s how to ask for a pay rise.

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A conference call is a telephone call in which three or more callers can talk to each other at the same time. Also known as a teleconference, this type of call can be made on a landline, mobile, or via an internet connection, and is usually held to enable a meeting to take place when it’s not possible to get all participants in the same room.

Utilising a conference call means people in different locations to run meetings over the phone, to help get job done faster and without relying on everyone to be able to get to the same place at the same time. And utilising means people can join the call from anywhere in the world..

Conference calls are a useful resource for people who work at home or work remotely from another location, and calls can easily be made between participants in different countries.

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The UK is the second largest foreign investor in Peru, a country that is one of the easiest South American nations to do business with, and offers a great investment opportunity, with a stable political climate, a wealth of natural resources, and a growing middle class.

If you’re thinking of setting up in Peru, it’s worth getting yourself you’ll also need a low-cost, reliable international conference call provider, and that’s where comes in.

Here’s how to set up a conference call to Peru.

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The recent Extinction Rebellion protests and emergence of Swedish student Greta Thunberg as the unlikely voice and face of the fight against climate change has brought environmental issues to the forefront of everyone’s mind once more.

Here are some useful tips to help cut your carbon footprint and fight climate change from your office.

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Cyber crime is on the increase. Almost two-thirds (60%) of businesses have reported an attack in 2019, compared to fewer than half (45%) last year, according to research from Hiscox.

If you think your business isn’t at risk, think again.

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