Business continuity planning may range across various disaster scenarios – from cyber-attack to fire or flood – but can overlook the obvious, which is how the business will cope if the owner isn’t available to manage financial matters and decision making.
Employment law focuses on everything to do with the world of work and offers protection to businesses, as employers, and individuals as employees and workers.
Generally, employees can only claim unfair dismissal against an employer if they have a minimum of two years’ service.
In general, to bring an unfair dismissal claim, an employee must have worked for an employer for at least two years. In certain circumstances, however, the law offers employees protection against unfair dismissal, regardless of their length of service.
Debt collection is a term that strikes terror into business owners and individuals alike.
Two recent tribunal claims highlight the challenge for employers in safely navigating personal expression by employees in the workplace.
It’s all in the planning when it comes to selling privately-owned companies