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Meet our CPR Superhero…Basil Nyoni, recruitment manager

Meet Basil Nyoni - he’s a recruitment manager at our office in Rotherham and now, thanks to his involvement in our #16in16 campaign to train our staff with lifesaving CPR, a part time Mr Hearty mascot too. Read why Basil is urging others to learn CPR and create a nation ... Read more

By |2018-08-13T09:45:59+00:00October 26th|News|Comments Off on Meet our CPR Superhero…Basil Nyoni, recruitment manager

PARSEQ’S FIRST SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT NAMED

Team manager, Donna Bonser, has become the first member of Parseq’s finance and administration team to gain Black Belt status through the firm’s investment in Six Sigma training. And she’s not stopping there – she plans to go all the way to the top and become a Six Sigma Master ... Read more

By |2018-08-13T10:08:10+00:00September 29th|News|Comments Off on PARSEQ’S FIRST SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT NAMED

Parseq signs up to lifesaving #16in16 campaign

Parseq, a leading business services provider, has joined a partnership between Barclays and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to train 16,000 individuals in lifesaving CPR. Barclays’ #16in16 campaign aims to provide vital CPR training to more than 16,000 of its partners’ staff. The campaign follows on from Barclays’ 10in10 campaign ... Read more

By |2018-11-02T11:13:11+00:00September 23rd|Charity, News|Comments Off on Parseq signs up to lifesaving #16in16 campaign

thinkmoney Appoints Parseq for Cheque Processing

Parseq has secured a contract with thinkmoney to provide cheque processing services to its Personal Account customers. thinkmoney offers a unique current account service that helps its customers to budget more effectively. The account ‘ring fences’ enough income to ensure that customers’ bills are paid each month. Remaining funds are ... Read more

By |2018-09-04T08:30:30+00:00August 9th|Financial Services, News|Comments Off on thinkmoney Appoints Parseq for Cheque Processing

The Pulse: Taking control of credit

By Alan Chan, Head of Legal & Company Secretary, Parseq. Your firm has a team of profitable fee earners. You’re efficient and your in-house processes are running effectively. So why do your figures not look as healthy as they should be? An issue many firms, big or small, new or ... Read more

By |2018-08-13T10:56:56+00:00July 6th|Legal, News|Comments Off on The Pulse: Taking control of credit

Craig Naylor-Smith goes back to the floor

It’s been a while since Craig Naylor-Smith had a supervisor standing over his shoulder to inspect his work. But today, the managing director of Finance and Administration, has agreed to swap the day job for the chance to experience a day in one of the firm’s busiest department where attention ... Read more

By |2018-08-13T11:12:50+00:00June 9th|News|Comments Off on Craig Naylor-Smith goes back to the floor

Are your payment processes in cheque for the new legislation?

Craig Naylor-Smith, managing director of finance and administration at Parseq, explores the new cheque processing and clearing rules coming into effect in 2017 and what they will mean for businesses. Next year the process of handling, processing and clearing payments by cheque will begin a radical transformation towards the new ... Read more

By |2018-08-13T11:19:07+00:00May 18th|News|Comments Off on Are your payment processes in cheque for the new legislation?

The Pulse: Cheque out the new changes

Every now and then a news story appears which claims the death of cheque usage is only a hare’s breath away. Yet, here we are in 2016 and not only are cheques still being used in their millions - 700 million to be precise, but technology and Government legislation is ... Read more

By |2018-09-05T08:34:24+00:00April 29th|Financial Services, News|Comments Off on The Pulse: Cheque out the new changes

Celebrating the Big Sixty

Collectively this year two employees, Damien Parr (pictured on the right) and Malcolm Shore (pictured on the left) from our Rotherham office, will celebrate sixty years of service at Parseq.  Damien joined at the age of 16 as part of the Youth Training Scheme and since then has progressed up the ... Read more

By |2018-09-05T08:44:17+00:00March 1st|News|Comments Off on Celebrating the Big Sixty

Legal sector: paperless or paper-light?

Why the legal sector shouldn’t focus on being paperless but rather paper-light According to recent findings 67 per cent of US law practitioners believe paperless firms will be the norm by 20201. However, across the pond progress to achieve paper-free environments is a little slower. Rather than focusing on the ... Read more

By |2020-08-04T13:43:39+00:00January 18th|Legal, News|Comments Off on Legal sector: paperless or paper-light?
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