Today, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement. We have summarised the key points.
We’ve welcomed four new members of staff this month, and, as well as a growing team, growth in the way of career progression is also in full force with four team members receiving promotions!
We’re full of the warm-fuzzies here at Whyfield HQ, still buzzing after such an incredible start to the week on our Team Development Day.
It’s no secret that Cornwall is one of the more impoverished parts of the UK. To allow everyone to have a Christmas dinner, we’re again collecting hampers for Cornwall Christmas Box, a not-for-profit, feeding families around the county on Christmas Day.
It’s been over a month since we introduced the four-day week to Whyfield. As a company that recently made the leap to the shorter working week, we can hopefully answer some of your burning questions and give insights into how it’s working for us so far.
From 4th April 2022, Whyfield is moving to a four-day working week with a twist – our staff will be working a four-day week, but the office will still be open five days (Monday to Friday), plus we’re extending our opening hours to 8.30am – 5.30pm.
We are constantly inspired by each other and by other women, both personally and professionally in one way or another, and so, in celebration of International Women’s Day, we wanted to ask the question to our team…
We are delighted to reveal that we have begun to implement our new health and wellbeing benefits package…
Peter McGahan of Worldwide Financial Planning outlines some top tips for planning for a financially healthy 2022.
We want everybody to be safe from scams. HMRC have recently released a warning to Self Assessment customers about tricksters offering false tax rebates and more.
Whyfield compares their performance over the past 12 months to the Xero industry performance report. See how we have done
A look back at Sustainable September at Whyfield and how you too can add sustainability to your business model to combat climate change.