Approach to all Articles
Types of Articles
There are numerous types of articles but all have the same approach: General Articles This are always informative Are indented to increase Speed, easier ,efficiency and speed turnaround of work. The main purpose is solely to keep the cost as low as possible to the Client. Always have a facility to enable them to be read by a Sound file May contain: Pictures Images Videos Links FAQs Interactive forms Help Guide Types: External use – Standard System and Procedure (SSAP). Internal use – Standard Operating procedure (SOP). They are of equal significance. The internal is linked to Team Training for them to perform to Clients needs. It is essential for the Clients to be familiar with these as the commerciality is based upon both carrying out their responsibilities in a timely fashion. Then there is help – short articles – generally updated annually unless requested specifically or through feedback. There are topical Guides.
This gives an overview of how we approach all articles published on our website. For the past, present and future. The future is very much dependent on the feedback received and requests for new articles. Therefore, please feel free to give your input over the phone. Where you wish for further articles to be added, please let us know. The “substantive contents” of each article will be continually “populated” and “grown”. The purpose of all our articles is to give “an overview” of the topic in a bullet point format. Each Topic has the facility to have a “Frequently Asked Questions” section. In addition, the article will contain links to previous articles to the extent there are still relevant. This approach allows all articles, knowledge therein and functionality extremely powerful. By nature all our articles are in the main are “Dynamic” and subject to change as necessary .
All Articles Pre-31 December 2020
The majority of articles were audited for quality and contents and released on 1 July 2020. Due to the volume of feedback, the approach had to be changed. Those articles contained buttons to request revisions and updates. The footer also contained the date of the release and article update date. Where there is a request made for updates on the old articles, a total re-write of the articles will take place. It is recommended that a request be made for an article to be updated where: The last updated date is more than thirty days from the current date or Where contents are knowingly, factually out of date or incorrect. Where the answers to the questions require further information, you are requested to telephone Avar for advice.
All Articles From 1 January 2021
They will basically be laid out into the following sections: Substance and Contents Frequently Asked Questions Interactive Forms Useful Links The footer will contain the following buttons: Request Update Email Updates New Article Request Date Updated Unless the article has been updated within last 12 months, then only ask for revisions if you feel the circumstances have changed due to changes in the law. All articles are reviewed after each budget and the implications published within 3 months of the budget date.
All updates, warnings, notices, etc is done via Telegram, on a our Broadcast Channel called “Reflections”. In view of the speed of change that has been occurring, articles are not sent out via email as they become outdated very rapidly, unless requested specifically for GDPR Compliance purposes.
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