18August2019

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The seaside is only a stone's throw away this summer as the Big Beach returns to The Parade by the pond from Friday 16 to Friday 30 August.

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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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Businesses, visitors and local residents are set to benefit from major public realm improvements to Clarendon Road, including upgraded streetscapes and more open spaces, as part of an ongoing regeneration scheme.

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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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Dacorum Borough Council has introduced two new Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) to control anti-social behaviour and dog activity in the borough.

Cycling and skateboarding in an area of Hemel Town Centre will carry a £75 fine under the PSPO which also bans spitting (including discharge of chewing gum), urinating or defecating in a public place.

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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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