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WiRE Members share their top tips and tricks

What are keywords and how do I use them for my Beauty Salon?

Posted: 20th January 2019

By: Claire Bareja

What are Keywords? The definition as found online is ‘a word or concept of great significance’. Keywords are often talked about in relation to getting FOUND online. Either through websites…

Do You Still Love Your Business? Cut The Guilt Trip When Taking Time Out

Posted: 15th January 2019

By: Carolyn Trafford

I set up my business 9 years ago on a part time basis.  I loved every waking minute.  Every spare moment I spent researching websites, learning social media, writing blogs…

Considering a transfer from a defined benefit scheme – 6 things you need to know

Posted: 9th January 2019

By: Elaine Tarver

A Cash Equivalent transfer value (CETV) from a defined benefit scheme can seem a large amount of money and the idea of flexible access to that money may seem attractive.…

Leading your business from a place of love

Posted: 8th January 2019

By: Karen Pearson

Leading your business from a place of love A New Year is a great time to reflect on where you are with your business. I have definitely been doing a…

Absenteeism – It isn’t always what it seems

Posted: 7th January 2019

By: Helen Astill

I am frequently asked by clients how to deal with the absenteeism of one or more of their members of staff. The answer of how to get an employee back…

What’s your breakthrough goal? Time for a new approach for the new year …

Posted: 28th November 2018

By: Jane Heaton

Many people I’ve been talking with recently are beating themselves up about what they’ve failed to achieve … from simple tasks to major missed opportunities. As we rush through the year, it…

What Statutory Maternity Pay records should I keep for employees?

Posted: 23rd November 2018

By: Karen Scott

The minimum information that employers are required to keep for each employee who receives statutory maternity pay (SMP) is: the medical certificate (MAT B1) or other evidence relating to the…

Top 10 Tips for Calmness at Christmas

Posted: 20th November 2018

By: Romella Jones

Top 10 Tips to Support your Energy at this Festive Time of Year Another blist (blog/list! – is this a thing?!) this time looking at how you can support your…

Reflexology for Anxiety and Stress

Posted: 12th November 2018

By: Annie Day

Annie first recommended reflexology to me, as a way to help with general anxiety and stress caused by a long term serious health condition, which also causes widespread, severe pain.…

My WiRE Journey – Dare to Dream

Posted: 5th November 2018

By: Chris Rushton

  My name is Chris Rushton. I wanted to share with you, my journey of being a WiRE member and the success that WiRE has given me to date. My…