Month: November 2016


finding Mutual Dissatisfaction

By Tristan Dean – 24 November 2016 Unfortunately, even when everyone acts with the best intentions, conflicts can and do arise in any business. They arise between a business and a customer or supplier, a business and an employee, or often between joint owners of a business. What is genuinely believed to be ‘fair and […]

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Conflict Resolution – finding Mutual Dissatisfaction

Unfortunately, even when everyone acts with the best intentions, conflicts can and do arise in any business. They arise between a business and a customer or supplier, a business and an employee, or often between joint owners of a business. What is genuinely believed to be ‘fair and reasonable’ by one party is often seen […]

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IRD Audits and Risk Reviews

By Hayes Knight – 18 November 2016 Over the last 20 plus years there has been a distinct change in the way Inland Revenue goes about its audit and review “obligations.” In years gone by, most businesses could expect to be audited every 3 to 5 years. This is no longer the case. Audits are […]

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Jacko Gill and Hayes Knight

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 9 November 2016 What do chillies, Olympics and business have in common? Jacko Gill! He loves growing chillies and throwing a shot put as far as he can. He takes an unorthodox approach to his training, has emerged into the senior ranks of athletics as the most talented junior shot putter […]

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