“Fraud is a problem that undermines the stability and financial health of organisations across the economy. It is not a victimless crime and can be hugely damaging to any organisation – especially so to social housing organisations where it often has the sort of direct, negative impact on the quality of life that is not found elsewhere ”
The food landscape is everchanging. With the rise in veganism, heightened focus on allergens and higher demand for organic food products – both in the home and in restaurants – the food industry is having to take measures to keep pace.
Pub landlords, owners and managers – from large chains to single sites – need to work hard to engage differently with their teams, ensuring a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This is key to a positive working culture.
Earlier this year, Tenet’s founder, Arun Chauhan, spoke at the MA500’s event to share how the wrong pub culture can leave you at high risk of employee fraud.
Tenet’s founder, Arun Chauhan, has been highly commended in the Sole Practitioner of the Year category in the Law Society’s 2019 Excellence Awards, which is one of the highest accolades for law firms in England and Wales
We’re delighted that Arun Chauhan, founder of Tenet Compliance and Litigation, has been shortlisted in the Business Desk’s 2019 West Midlands Leadership Awards for both Professional Services Leader and Emerging Entrepreneur Leader.
I recently read an article in a broadsheet newspaper which discussed how agile working had become the norm. The article explained how technology and social desires had started to dictate where and when we work.