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Businesses must be ready to assist Workforce Minority Groups

Organisations must now be equipped to assist members of their staff with a number of areas which are connected to their private lives.  Whilst some variations that are made to the normal working practices by some employers that are not necessarily...

Avoiding Problems at the Christmas Party

As the Christmas party season approaches HR and senior management are faced with ensuring that employees’ behaviour does not get out of hand.  The office party is a treat and a thank you for the staff for their hard work during the year but often,...

Divorce and the Pets

Divorce is possibly one of the most difficult things that individuals have to go through.  The immense disruption caused by such issues as the separation of assets and the custody of any children of the marriage can be one of the most difficult things...

Opaque Clarity from the Home Office on EU nationals working in the UK

Just to add to the turmoil surrounding Brexit the immigration minister, Caroline Nokes, was contradicted by Sajid Javid, the home secretary, when he announced that employers would have a transition period before having to make immigration checks in the...

Fireproof your Employment Contracts and Policies to avoid Staff Rebellion

Employers should undertake an urgent review of the way they are dealing with workplace bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination matters.  The recent high profile cases and campaigns have highlighted the variations in the way such challenging...

Eligibility Checks on European Workers will impact on Hotels and Hospitality Sector

Caroline Nokes, Tory minister for immigration, announced during an appearance during a home affairs select committee, that each firm that employs EU nationals will be obliged to undertake the checks to establish the eligibility of their employees’...

Forex Fraud - The Continuing Fight against Sham Brokers

Financial fraud is a worldwide issue and it will come as no surprise that fraudsters take extreme measures to cover their tracks and hide the money they have taken from unsuspecting investors.  A number of the frauds are simply old scams re-envisaged, a...

New Law in Spain allowing Heirs to deal with Online Profiles

Online platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn are quite rightly protective of the data individuals choose to upload to their profiles.  Most people would agree that such platforms should not permit a third party to control such information without a...

Inward Investment in the Hotel Sector in the UK

The hospitality industry is Britain’s third largest private business sector and is predicted to turnover in excess of £100 million in 2018 based on information from the Office of National Statistics.  As an industry sector, it is it heavily...

Be sure your foreign assets are properly protected

UK citizens who own a property in Italy or Spain or any other country would be well advised to draw up a will related to the country or countries in which their assets reside to ensure that it is crystal clear as to who is to be the benefactor with regard to...
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