Government services and information
Services and information for businesses looking for support from UK Government
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Gov.UK is the central website hosting all information relating to services provided by UK government including guidance for business and national support programmes.
This Free online system from GOV.UK matches candidates to jobs. As a business, you can advertise jobs and search for jobseekers whose CV's match your needs.
As a business you'll have valuable parts of your organisation that you'll need to protect and maintain in the event of an incident. This Business Continuity toolkit from The Cabinet Office will help y...
Mentorsme is Britain's first online gateway for businesses looking for mentoring. The site offers businesses access to a list of quality-assured business mentoring organisations across Britain.
Redundancy is when you dismiss an employee because you no longer need anyone to do their job. If you need to make redundancies you'll need to ensure you approach them correctly. This guidance sets o...
These pages from Gov.uk guide you through the steps you can take to help grow your business, and support your business as it grows.
The GOV.UK website provides online information and guidance on starting a business.
Fit for Work is a free government-led initiative that helps businesses improve productivity and profitability through effective management of long-term sickness absence.
The GOV.UK website includes information and guidance about employing people.
Jobcentre Plus is a national government service offering a range of recruitment services to help employers.
You could get up to £3,000 a year off your National Insurance bill if you’re an employer.
New Enterprise Allowance could give you money and support to help you start your own business. You need to be receiving certain benefits and have a business idea that could work.
Some businesses may need a licence to carry out cvertain activities. This tool from Gov.UK will help you determine whether you need a license for certain activities including food businesses, events ...
Find out what business tax investment schems are availble from Gov.UK
X-Forces offers support to ex-forces personnel and their families across the UK to start-up businesses by providing them with Loans, Mentoring and Support
Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs is the central govenrment information point for industry information and services.
You don't need to be a big business to sell to government - they want to work with more SME's in the UK. Find opportunities now with ContractsFinder - the governments official tender portal for contr...
Are you ready for the new rules around the apprenticeship levy? This guidance explains how your business will be affected
Free online training courses for you and your staff to help business protect against cyber threats and online fraud.
The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2019. Leaving the EU means a number of changes that will affect businesses and individual citizens. Use the information below to ...
Partnership pack: preparing for changes at the UK border after a ‘no deal’ EU exit