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Inprint Issue 49

In this issue of Inprint we advise members to check out the new Apprenticeship Service for managing their digital funds once the Apprenticeship Levy comes into effect in April.

We discuss absence policies, harassment and bullying and outline the importance of dealing with these issues swiftly and effectively.

Prismm Environmental are on hand to share details of their Zero to Landfill Labels project and our Public Affairs Consultant informs members of the BPIF's submission to the Treasury ahead of the Spring Budget on behalf of members.

New BPIF President, Darren Coxon, updates us on his intentions for the industry and we highlight some key events for you to attend in the coming months.

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Inprint Issue 49 Inprint Issue 49
In this issue of Inprint we advise members to check out the new Apprenticeship Service; we discuss absence policies, harassment and bullying;
Inprint Issue 48 Inprint Issue 48
In this issue of Inprint we take a look at the imminent Apprenticeship Reform; assess what sterling's decline means for UK printing;
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September/October 2016
In this issue we provide a breakdown of Brexit; share results of Royal Mail MarketReach's research into response rates to mail;
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June/July 2016
In this issue we look at what to expect at BPIF Members' Day; review the results of our Brexit survey;
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February/March 2016
In this issue we look at the new National Living Wage; the incoming Apprenticeship Levy; how to get the most out of BPIF membership;
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December 2015/January 2016
In this issue we include information on a new expert pool that has been created by the insolvency profession to help curb abuse of pre-packs.
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September/October 2015
In this issue, we include information on the BPIF's argument for print in an inquiry into the long-term sustainability of British manufacturing, launched this February by the Manufacturing Commission.
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June/July 2015
In this issue we look at new measures to tackle late payment. We report on ClimateCalc, the only international graphic standard for carbon calculation that measures the carbon impact of a primting company and its products.
Inprint Issue 41 Inprint Issue 41
March/April 2015
In this issue, we look at the BPIF's efforts, along with the Direct Marketing Association, to prevent HMRC from issuing retrospective VAT charges and penalties on the industry.
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