The Basics That All Employers Should Know About Unfair Dismissal

It is incredibly likely that all employers will find themselves in a situation at some point in their professional career where they will need to dismiss employees. As you’re probably already aware, when dismissing an employee you will be bringing their employment contract to an end and in turn, terminating their job with your company. …

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Understanding Your Rights When Being Made Redundant Due To COVID-19

  Many businesses across the UK have found themselves in a situation they could never prepare for and the current COVID-19 pandemic has left many employers struggling. Unfortunately, this, in turn, has had an effect on employees too and many are facing redundancy as their employers are still unable to work as normal. It goes …

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Are Virtual Tribunal Hearings Going To Be The New Normal In The UK?

  During the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that you have frequently been using the term ‘new normal’. It is fair to say that Coronavirus has changed the way that the vast majority of sectors are working and many companies are starting to plan out what their new normal will be. One industry, in …

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Should We Let Technology Take Over The Conveyancing Industry?

Conveyancing solicitors are moving off the high streets and straight into our homes through the power of social media ads, in-house apps and online sites. However, it is not only their way of reaching us that has changed but also their way of interacting with us. The conveyancing market has changed. More and more firms …

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Why You Should Make A Will

As of last year it was estimated that over half of the British public do not have a will and the numbers do not seem to be decreasing anytime soon. Making a Will is one of the most important actions you can take in your life, not only for yourself but also for your family. …

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UK Divorce Law Causes People To Lie

According to a recent study, more and more people are exaggerating claims of behaviour and adultery in order to get divorces through speedily. About a third of couples lie about cheating, length of separation or their partner’s behaviour just to get through the courts quicker. So, why is this happening and what exactly can be …

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