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How to avoid being sacked for sending personal emails or using...

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. Most UK employers tolerate some personal email, internet and...

How the use of technology can encourage workplace inclusivity

Richard Dorf, CEO at PXtech, explains how the latest technology can safeguard businesses and open the workplace to a wider workforce. In light of last...

Monitoring personal messages – privacy rights and the law

Jayne Egginton, director of legal services at Qdos Legal Services, discusses a recent case. After much media coverage, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has...

Guidance on recruitment and induction

Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray, offers advice on recruitment and induction. In an increasingly competitive...

Pre Nups: “I Do” – But do you?

Fiona Apthorpe, head of Geldards family law team, discusses the ins and outs of Pre Nup agreements. Your beloved daughter is getting married, her fiancé...

Your guide to moving premises

Neil Armstrong, director of Business Services at independent communications service provider Timico, offers advice on moving premises. They famously say that moving house is one...

Address land supply problem to unlock Nottingham’s potential

As rising house prices in London and the southeast drive large corporates out of the capital, Nottingham is well-placed to benefit from companies looking...

Begbies Traynor warns of a tough 2016 for companies

New data reveals that UK companies are bracing themselves for a difficult 2016, after finishing 2015 in a challenging financial state, warns Begbies Traynor,...

Compensation claims and self-employment – what are the risks?

Rebecca Priestley, associate and solicitor at Nottingham’s Nelsons Solicitors, discusses the ins and outs of compensation claims and the risks for self-employed people. There are...

Counting the cost of corporate manslaughter

Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray, explains the ins and outs of corporate manslaughter. A crane...

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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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