Insights 3 May 2018

Do you need permission to relocate with your child?

Moving away with your children after divorce is becoming more common, but careful consideration should be taken to ensure agreement with the remaining parent

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Insights 1 May 2018

Are the rights of agency staff and directly recruited workers different?

Not according to the EAT and employers who use agency workers should check the terms of their contracts of employment

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Insights 26 April 2018

Beware of underpaying NMW due to staff uniform costs

Employers should be aware that National Minimum Wages must account for the cost of uniforms they require their workers to buy for the job

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Insights 26 April 2018

Funding care costs in later life

It’s important to understand the impact of local authority means testing on your financial position when they make a decision on whether to help fund your care

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Insights 24 April 2018

Charities must tackle vulnerability to fraud – it could be you next!

Our Head of Charity and Social Enterprises, Alastair Keatinge suggests how charities can deal with the tide of attempts to defraud them

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Insights 19 April 2018

Things to consider when selling your healthcare business

We have extensive experience in the sale of healthcare businesses from dental practices to nurseries and there are a number of factors that should be considered

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Insights 18 April 2018

GDPR preparations should include looking for weak links in operations

Businesses whose preparations for the new data protection rules centre on marketing and fund-raising could leave themselves exposed to breaches in other areas

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Insights 9 April 2018

Good intentions can produce flawed law

Scrutiny by experts is needed before passing legislation near impossible to enforce, says Brent Haywood in our article featured in today’s Scotsman (Monday 9 April 2018)

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Insights 6 April 2018

Ensuring a smooth exit when retiring from a business

The retirement of an individual allows the remaining partners to consider incorporating as a limited company but careful consideration should be taken

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Insights 28 March 2018

Ringing the changes: the new Telecoms Code

The new regime allows private telecoms companies improved access to land to expand the mobile network whilst coming at a cost to landowners

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Insights 16 March 2018

What should businesses check to ensure HR processes are GDPR compliant?

Managing employee data and implementing staff training on handling data to ensure your organisation is GDPR compliant will be a crucial task for HR professionals

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Insights 13 March 2018

What happens when an insolvent individual dies?

The bankruptcy process will continue if an insolvent person dies and the executor of the estate will not be able to take office until the insolvency is concluded

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