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We have a hung parliament, but does that mean we’re left hanging with regards to changes to employment legislation?
Employers are experiencing staff issues as increasingly employees are operating on reduced levels of sleep and also suffering from a variety of mental health issues associated with online behaviour. We look at the new legislation introduced in France – the Right to Disconnect.
Why are UK SME’s failing their employees when it comes to Health & Safety? We look at the findings of a recent survey and offer tips on better managing this critical aspect of your business.
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April 12, 2017
In the midst of all the talk about the increase in Probate application fees, the Office of the Public Guardian (‘the OPG’) has decided to go against the grain with the welcome result of reducing fees. As of 1 April 2017, the OPG is reducing the registration fee for a Lasting Power of Attorney (‘LPA’) […]
October 28, 2016
The recent ruling in favour of two taxi drivers could have far reaching consequences for the UK’s rapidly expanding “gig economy”. The Employment Tribunal delivered its decision Friday 28th October setting out that Uber, a business whose success is largely due to customers use of their smartphone app and engagement of self employed drivers; should […]