The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme- for employers and employees Coronavirus has impacted most aspects of our lives, and indeed on businesses. To safeguard from redundancies, under a temporary scheme available since 1 March 2020, employees can be furloughed (granted...
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Our News Hugh Storry Deans Litigation Solicitor The Gender Pay Gap and what it means for Employers. It is reported that on average women in full-time jobs tend to earn less than their male colleagues- this is what is known as the Gender Pay Gap. Recent...
Our News Nicola Lowe Managing Partner Five Ways Your Friend-in-Law can help you at Christmas Christmas can be an extremely busy time, so making time to visit a Solicitor may not be high on your agenda. However, there are a few reasons why it may be beneficial...
Our News Hugh Storry Deans Litigation Solicitor How to Deal with a Grievance or a Disciplinary Matter Effectively. It is an inevitability that at some point an employer will be asked to address a grievance or potentially have to deal with a disciplinary matter. All...
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