Category Archives: EP Online Articles

Tax avoidance: a basic right or a social wrong?

In 1936 Lord Tomlin, ruling on a case involving the Duke of Westminster, surmised that “Every man is entitled, if he can, to arrange his affairs so that the tax attaching under the appropriate Acts is less than it otherwise would be … however unappreciative the Commissioners of Inland Revenue or his fellow taxpayers may be of his ingenuity, he cannot be compelled to pay an increased tax”

Creating a new brand in a new sector

A report published earlier this year showed that the average Brit now forks out £110 per month on takeaway meals and “a Chinese” has officially replaced fish & chips as Britain’s favourite take-away option.

A recipe for success when dealing with allergens

As the full-time nutritionist for Gather & Gather, Kate Taylor sees the foodservice industry from a slightly different perspective. Kate has joined the "Eat Well, Live Well" campaign that seeks to promote great tasting healthy foods and diets as well as the education needed around the subject. In this blog she discusses a positive way to view the upcoming changes in allergy legislation.

Leading business into a new era

Georgia Gray discusses the benefits of an engaged workforce:

It seems obvious that those leaders who effectively lead their teams and set them up for success by watching them in action, having meaningful dialogue with their team members, getting to the root cause of employee concerns, and following through with action with meaningful improvements have happier, more engaged employees.