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Addressing the problem of underperforming employees is critical to enable charities to achieve their wider goals. Tackling the issue swiftly and head on can help to prevent underachievers from affecting the working environment and the morale of their colleagues.
Care home owners and managers are urged to approach the task of chasing outstanding fees efficiently, promptly and sensitively. Managing late payments is an unpleasant but necessary part of any business but, when running a care home, the task can be an emotive one that demands a combination of consideration, respect and resolve.
 
The recent case of JonJohnstone Construction Ltd v Eagle Building Services Ltd is a reminder to construction businesses that they should draft a notice of adjudication very carefully - and include the entire scope of the relief sought.
Employers are urged to examine their holiday pay policy, following a recent ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that voluntary overtime must be included in the calculations.
hlw Keeble Hawson litigation specialist, Andrew Broadbent, is advising sports clubs directors to know exactly what constitutes libel to prevent being issued with defamation claims.
Football clubs are urged to always formally confirm whether a legally binding agreement has been reached when negotiating the sale of players.
Charity trustees are advised to make themselves aware of the many rules and regulations governing the disposal of commercial property. They exist to ensure that the charity’s best interests are always served – and, if breached, any ...
Many care home partnerships set off without formal arrangements - often initially founded on verbal agreements and assumed understandings.
Charities are urged to make themselves aware of new rules that could see them fined up to £25k for pestering donors.
Taking on a new lease of a property is a major commitment for GPs – bringing with it a number of obligations for the tenant company.
According to figures from Thomson Reuters, 58 cases were brought last year, which is a drop of 8% on the previous year. Whilst this is only a small decrease, it appears that that Defamation Act 2013, which came into force in 2014, has impacted ...
Manufacturers looking to renovate or improve commercial premises could stand to save thousands of pounds in business rates on the back of a landmark Supreme Court judgement.