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We all have First Aiders in the workplace to provide us with help in the event of an injury. Mental Health First Aid works in the same way. However, instead of learning to dress a wound or give CPR, Mental Health First Aid specifically tackles mental health problems...
Some thought remote working would only be temporary, but now, nearly a year on, many organisations are contemplating the future of the workplace and the possibility of making homeworking a more permanent arrangement. To do this, there are steps firms must take to ensure employees’ homeworking environment is suitable, safe and healthy.
It's probably fair to say today's budget is one of the most highly anticipated budgets due to the current global pandemic. The Wealth Management team listened in this afternoon and summarised the main points.
As we head towards the end of the tax year, here are some tips which can help make the most of the money in your pension plan before the year is up.
With the UK’s vaccination programme now being rolled out and picking up pace, this is a question that more and more employers are starting to ask. So is it legal and if so, should you consider it?
With the COVID-19 pandemic, the recommendation to wear a face mask in public to prevent the spread of the virus is becoming more common and in places, mandatory. As a result, the loss or damage to glasses, earphones and hearing aids are on the up. Here are some tips to keep your belongings safe and secure.
As the frequency and cost of leaks and water damage continue to increase, most insurers are applying both a substantial premium increase and a large policy excess to anyone that has made an escape of water claim. Fortunately, here at Sutton Winson we’re embracing modern technology...
However you’re spending your time during this period, we recommend making time for a full financial health check.
We all crave the comfort of a warm home and a hot bath or shower but the rising costs of having central heating are becoming a difficult pill to swallow for the essentials of central heating and hot water.
To coincide with Blood Pressure UK’s ‘Know Your Numbers’ week (7th – 13th September 2020), we’re taking look at what blood pressure is, what can cause it to become too high and the steps you can take to keep it under control.
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