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On 28th November 2019, we were delighted to host our first pub quiz night in aid of our charity of the year, Age Exchange and the Alzheimer's Society. It was held at the Trafalgar Tavern, in their beautiful ballroom. We were so pleased that so many of our clients and contacts could attend to raise ...
Forget the ink, the courts have ruled that an automatic email signature can count when it comes to the dotted line .
The office party is an extension of the workplace, and an employer may be held vicariously liable for the actions of its employees where misconduct or injury occurs.
Holiday pay for those who work only part of the year on permanent contracts should not be calculated on a pro rata basis, but by using the actual payments made in the previous 12 weeks following a Court of Appeal judgement. The ruling is likely to be felt in the education sector, with the high number of those working term time only.
Twelve months after the introduction of new legislation relating to houses in multiple occupation, a reminder of the importance of complying with the law following a recent court case which saw a landlord charged £40,000 for failure to comply.