RESPONSIBILITY

2020 Winter/Spring | Suffolk Director Magazine David Dodds, Joint MD, Sackers “We have a responsibility to make sure that as little as possible of the material we take in goes to landfill. We charge a gate fee per tonne and our job is to make sure extraction and recycling is done efficiently and economically.”
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Are you prepared if disaster strikes again?

By David Collins, Pound Gates Chartered Insurance Brokers

Recent events have made many businesses realise the importance of insurance, with so many being forced to suspend operations due to the pandemic.

Published in Suffolk Director Magazine, Winter/Spring 2020

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Culture is key and your responsibility

By Carole Burman, MAD-HR

We all know that responsibility comes in many forms for today’s business leader. From legal obligations to health and safety necessities, there’s so many requirements upon the shoulders of the ambitious and determined entrepreneur.

Published in Suffolk and Norfolk Director Magazines, Winter/Spring 2020

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Responsibility: driving your business

By Matt High, BizClik Media
“People are your greatest asset”. A well-worn phrase that, in all likelihood, has been repeated so many times in offices and boardrooms up and down the country that most of its well-intended meaning has disappeared.

Published in Suffolk Director Magazine, Winter/Spring 2020

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How can responsible recruitment improve your business?

By Beverley Gedge, Compass Point Recruitment

With an increasing demand on businesses to prove that workers are being employed responsibly, it falls to recruiters to ensure that employment procedures are carried out in an ethical manner; protecting the rights of all staff and safeguarding the livelihoods of employees across all sectors.

Published in Suffolk Director Magazine, Winter/Spring 2020

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Spotlight on…

MELANIE FIELDEN
Founder and Owner, Pioneer Chicks

Born a Kentish Maid, it wasn’t long before Melanie Fielden’s family moved to Suffolk where she was raised. After a brief stint in Norfolk in her twenties, she once again settled back in Suffolk where she now lives with husband Adam, a primary school teacher, and Missy the cat.

Published in Suffolk Director Magazine, Winter/Spring 2020

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Quickfire with…

PAT LEWIS
Chairman, Source One Consulting
Pat is Chairman of commercial and office interiors company Source One Consulting, Joint Owner of Like Electrical Ltd, and MD of Source One Associates Ltd, a sports and talent management company.
We spent five minutes with Pat and asked him some questions about running a business.

Published in Suffolk Director Magazine, Winter/Spring 2020

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Working smarter

Maintaining that work life balance
By Jane Cattermole, Bay Tree VA

As a remote-working company, Bay Tree VAs work from their own offices. We manage our own workloads with clients and setting boundaries can be tricky when there are so many calls on our attention, from checking e-mails, social media, texts, WhatsApp, Slack, the list goes on.

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The Suffolk Apprentice Project

Developing young people and supporting local charities
A Suffolk competition aimed at helping aspiring young entrepreneurs, as well as local charities in the county, has culminated with the winner being announced.

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Cashflow is king

By Kevin Ward, Conatus Financing Solutions
Through our work helping businesses grow or assisting them when they’re distressed, we have often encountered situations where the senior management has failed to monitor and consider the business cashflow and financial performance adequately.

Published in Suffolk and Norfolk Director Magazine, Spring/Winter 2020

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