Entries are now being invited for Scottish Wholesale Achievers 2019, the much-lauded industry initiative created by the Scottish Wholesale Association.
Scottish Wholesale Association appoints Colin Smith chief executive (designate)
The Scottish Wholesale Association has appointed Colin Smith as chief executive (designate), succeeding current executive director Kate Salmon who is retiring after leading the trade body for 35 years.
Employment Law Update: June 2018
Our latest Employment Law Update, prepared by 121 HR Solutions, focuses on zero-hours contracts and also urges employers to know the facts when it comes to holiday pay.
GDPR - know the facts
As SWA members should be aware, GDPR came into effect on 25th May 2018 so please read this information from our training partner 121 HR Solutions to ensure that you are up to speed with the new legislation.
SWA video promotes benefits of membership to wholesalers and suppliers
The Scottish Wholesale Association has produced a new marketing video to promote the benefits of membership of the trade body to both wholesalers and suppliers.
Scottish Wholesale Association puts focus on people and embraces change
The Scottish Wholesale Association must be steadfast in supporting its members in times of change – that was just one of the key messages from president Julie Dunn at the trade body’s annual conference at the weekend.
Date set for Scottish Wholesale Achievers 2019: Book now to secure your place
Scottish Wholesale Achievers 2019 will take place in Edinburgh on January 31, it has been confirmed.
Employment Law Update: April 2018
Keep abreast of the latest relevant employment law with our latest Employment Law Update, prepared by 121 HR Solutions.
Scottish Wholesale Association Guidance Note for Wholesalers on Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) and Licensing
The Scottish Wholesale Association has produced a Guidance Note for Wholesalers on Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) and Licensing.
Are you up to speed with GDPR? The clock is ticking
A new report has warned that 60% of companies are unprepared for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation with less than three months until their implementation.