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On 18th September, Wenta held a free launch event and BBQ in honour of the latest addition to its workspace family, ‘The Wenta Collaboration Station’, at its Business Centre in Potters Bar. (The Enterprise Centre, Cranbourne Road, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 3DQ.)

 
 
 
 

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Stress can have a big impact on all areas of life. Work-related stress can often spill over into our personal lives and vice versa.

It might come as little surprise that financial worries are a big contributor to the level of stress that people feel. A report by the Mental Health Foundation found that 22% of adults who reported stress cited not having enough money to meet basic needs as a source of stress.

 

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Responding to the announcement that the number of underlying company insolvencies in Q2 2019 increased by 2.6% to the highest level since Q1 2014 in England and Wales, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Policy & Advocacy Chairman Martin McTague, said:

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A new Wellbeing in Small Business Award is amongst the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2020 that open for entries from 1 August. The award will recognise and celebrate the smaller firms that are demonstrating initiatives and practices that prioritise wellbeing and health in the workplace to help drive the UK's productivity.

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Award-winning national law firm VWV expands its team in Watford as Daniel Church joins the firm as a Private Client Partner.

Daniel joins from Kingston Smith having experience in handling complex private client matters, including Wills, inheritance tax planning and cross-border estate administration.

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Can people make good decisions in your meeting rooms? It may be dangerous to assume they can.

Pack people into a meeting room and the longer the meeting lasts the higher the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels rise and the faster their cognitive ability declines – not just a little but some aspects by between 35 and 90%. Meeting rooms are often not a good environment for making important decisions

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Can people make good decisions in your meeting rooms? It may be dangerous to assume they can.

Pack people into a meeting room and the longer the meeting lasts the higher the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels rise and the faster their cognitive ability declines – not just a little but some aspects by between 35 and 90%. Meeting rooms are often not a good environment for making important decisions

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Local member of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and MD of Auto Fix in Stevenage, Terry Gilbert, is wanting to know why there is nowhere to expand his business in Hertfordshire.

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Ellie West, European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia at Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies), achieved Best Green Champion (East region, medium business) at last night's Investors in the Environment (iiE) Awards. The practice also picked up its Silver Accreditation, in recognition of the Davies team's commitment and hard work to continually enhance its green credentials.

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