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Ensuring you have an appropriate final written warning

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. Taking disciplinary action against an employee is something that...

Should we be deflated by the news of inflationary rises?

By Robert Anderson, partner at Streets Chartered Accountants. The financial news this week revealed that in February inflation in the UK shot past the Bank...

Want award-winning PR results? Start entering awards

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. As I write this, our team is busily researching some...

“Unreasonable” or “expected” behaviour – what’s the difference?

By Ben Lawson, associate, family law at Geldards LLP. Is the ill treatment of one spouse to another unreasonable if that behaviour is deemed to...

Apprenticeship Levy – are you ready?

By Rebecca Bull, owner and founder of My HR Hub. April brings many employment law changes for businesses, and as we know, one of...

Will the government allow a national minimum wage standard for the...

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. MP, Frank Field has urged the government to...

A 10-year legal battle results in successful claim of over £300,000...

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. Following a 10-year court battle, a fingerprints expert has...

How to reduce your inheritance tax liability

By Erica Manderfield, tax partner at Streets Chartered Accountants. The starting point is to formulate an estate plan that minimises your tax liability. Payments...

There’s no such thing as bad publicity… pah!

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. Really? That is perhaps the laziest and dangerous PR "advice"...

Allied Irish Bank (GB) Nottingham – The importance of customer service

By Karen Kirk, customer service manager at AIB (GB), Nottingham. Customer Service is on everyone’s lips with most service providers promising a second-to-none experience to...

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More Midlands firms consider flexible working option

More than two thirds of middle market businesses in the Midlands and East Anglia are considering new flexible working options for their employees –...

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