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Statutory holidays to undertake voluntary work… so how does that not conflict with that other pledge – to ease the burden on business?
A look at the housing policies of the main parties; it seems Labour and the Lib Dems are targeting the rental market more than the Conservatives.
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Female representation on FTSE 100 boards has increased without regulation or quotas, says report.
If you enter into an ad hoc adjudication agreement and use the phrase ‘shall be binding’, be sure you understand the effect.
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But the decision in Braithwaite and others v HCL Insurance BPO Services Ltd shows that while certain changes may indirectly discriminate, so long as the employer can show the changes are justified it will have a valid defence.
High Court upholds Bannerman to protect auditors from liability to third parties.
When their house collapsed in November 2012, Mr Goldswain and Ms Hale were left in a terrible position.
The idea of having a public register of people with control is to cut out misuse of companies, but in practice these proposals will add significantly to the administrative burden of companies.
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On 27 February 2015, the Government passed new laws which will come into force on 1 October 2015, which are intended to simplify an IP’s record-keeping requirements.