- The Accounting Bureau is no more and I have done no work with the company since January of this year.
- If I find information that is too “businessy” to go into the careers information blog then I can tweet it, put a link on LinkedIn, add it to my facbook page or pass it to someone who may be able to make more use of it than I can.
Saturday, 11 June 2011
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
- In 2005 the Inland Revenue received a request for information about five occurrences which the applicant described as “failed standards”. The Inland Revenue responded that it did not have any information about “failed standards” because there had not been any “failures” by it.
The Tribunal evidently took the view that this was an obtuse reading of the request and decided that any reasonable public authority would have responded to the request on the basis that it related to the five specific occurrences identified by the applicant. (Barber v IC; EA/2005/004).
Thursday, 14 April 2011
Thursday, 31 March 2011
As someone said to me yesterday: “You can’t polish a turd”.
Read the Cobweb post and the comments
Saturday, 19 March 2011
Monday, 28 February 2011
...but it’s going online instead
That’s the headline in the latest BAD (Business Advisers’) News from Cobweb Information.
And while we’re about it let’s remember that careers guidance went the same way and that face-to-face is now sorely missed. The Internet is not the answer to every question in the universe (save that for 42, please).