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Life after university: getting a job

What next? Once the hangover clears (and it could be a while) you may find yourself shivering and alone, underwhelmed and unprepared for the world of work that you have inevitably been thrust into. How do I know this with such graphic detail?…

GDPR and Quick HR

Quick HR understands that your privacy is important to you and that you care about how your personal data is used and shared online. We respect and value the privacy of everyone who visits this website and will only collect and use personal…
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Getting ready for summer

We're sorting out the Yachtwerks front garden for summer, so that we can work outside - and you can join us for meetings in the sunshine. The hard work's being carried out by our lovely neighbours from Old Tree Brewery who are digging and…
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Always fun at the Wired Sussex parties!

Wired Sussex is the membership body for digital, creative and tech firms. There are thousands now around Sussex and you can see a few details about this booming industry here. It's always fun catching up with people and meeting new friends…
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Parents, sickness and minimum wage – what you have to pay

Compulsory pay rates for various situations have just increased: the minimum wage, maternity and paternity pay as well as sick pay, if your company doesn’t pay people normal salaries when they are absent from work through illness. To help…
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Working parent? Here's everything you need to know

Expecting a baby? Already a parent?  Do you employ parents or soon to be parents?  We’re often asked about what parents are entitled to or how everything works with employers when someone takes maternity or paternity leave. Most people know…
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Developers' money and the benefits to communities

How can developers’ money help revitalise and contribute to Brighton and Hove? A council and developer panel discussed the issues at Construction Voice. Balancing residents’ worries about the impact of new development projects with potential…
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Major developments for Brighton's future

It’s Brighton, it’s 2018, and everything is changing! If you have been paying attention walking around Brighton over the last year, you will have noticed the building site currently located on Circus Street. While in this gloomy wet and…
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What you have to pay: minimum and living wage levels

Pay is a tricky issue. Employers have to balance what they can afford with what they need to pay to attract new recruits and keep people – as well as considering, if they’re wise, whether rates of pay are in line with what other employers…
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Free money for everyone!

Now I have your attention, let me tell you about a scheme that has been gathering momentum incredibly quickly over the last few years. Universal Basic Income – or free money for everyone! Where did I learn about something so exciting? A…
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Major development projects face criticism

Frustration about major development projects and their impact on tourism exercised the panel members at Construction Voice. With a focus on how ways to regenerate Brighton and Hove’s tourism and retail sectors, the city’s track record…
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Quick HR is 5

It’s our 5th birthday and I’m hoping that involves jelly, ice cream and balloons. I set up Quick HR in September 2012 for many reasons. I was attracted to the idea of working with all kinds of companies, rather than just as part of one…
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Free training course for people managers

We regularly run a practical "greatest hits" training course for busy managers, to improve your skills and confidence in a wide range of areas. As part of our 5th anniversary celebrations, we're offering a FREE place on a training course…
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Wired Sussex is 10 - join the party

The digital and creative industry is booming, with thousands of firms in Brighton and neighbouring Sussex towns. Wired Sussex, the membership organisation for the industry, is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary and we're helping to sponsor…

Have fun!

Enjoy the long weekend everyone! And only a 4-day week afterwards.
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No more Employment Tribunal fees: what happens now?

Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful and the Government has to refund anything from £27m to £32m to people who have made claims. So what happens next? Since 2013 when fees were introduced, people who felt unfairly sacked or discriminated…
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A Snowdog for everyone

Process Pup has a new home! Come and see a colourful Snowdog – back in public for everyone to enjoy. Through the hard work and elbow grease of a team of people, she is now easily accessible for everyone in Brighton and Hove to come…
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All the fun of the fairs

We're supporting 2 events during the Brighton Fringe Festival: fairs at the Open Market. The first event is the Fairytale Fair on Saturday 20th May. These successful and popular events take place regularly around Brighton and Hove…