5 office fit-out firms to pay £7 million fine for breaking competition law

Five companies – Fourfront, Loop, Coriolis, ThirdWay and Oakley – have agreed to pay fines totalling over £7 million after admitting being involved in cartel behaviour. Following a Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation, each company has admitted to breaking competition law at least once during the period of 2006-2017, in some cases on multiple More Info »

New system launched to maintain environmental standards on harmful gases in No Deal Brexit scenario

New system launched today to maintain EU restrictions on F gases and Ozone Depleting Substances (ODSs) in the event of a No Deal Brexit. A selection of pre-packaged foods in a refrigerator The government has launched a new system to ensure the UK maintains current restrictions on the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases in the More Info »

Mates in Mind calls on industry leaders to invest in a joined-up approach to mental health conversations at work

Encouraged by growing industry support for prioritising mental health in the workplace, Mates in Mind renews its call to industry leaders to take a joined-up approach to addressing mental health. This approach will ensure that managers are properly equipped and confident to support conversations about mental health, alongside wider organisational support and understanding. Whilst acknowledging More Info »

LONDON BUSINESS ‘PLUMB INN’ JOINS THE VITAL SEARCH FOR MISSING CHILDREN ACROSS THE COUNTRY

Missing People charity links up with The IPG to use its network of over 200 local independent businesses to help bring missing children home UK, (December 2018): London-based Plumb Inn Ltd have joined the vital search for missing children across the UK as part of a partnership between The IPG and Missing People, with its More Info »