Paul Whitaker

How to create employee handbook in line with UK Employment Law?

by Paul Whitaker September 26, 2013 Business Law

When a new employee starts in a business, one of the first items they should be provided with is the Company Handbook. Not only is this a legally required document, but it also promotes the business in a positive light and helps to build the employer / employee relationship. What are the benefits of a […]

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How to make the split as smooth as possible?

by Paul Whitaker September 26, 2013 Divorce

Divorce is never going to be an easy experience for the parties or their children. It can be costly, time-consuming and complicated, not to mention emotionally exhaustive. The most desirable outcome would be for a divorce to be as friendly as possible. The key to this is to take a step back and view the […]

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Buying a house? Learn about conveyancing.

by Paul Whitaker August 27, 2013 Conveyancing

Whether you are buying your first house or have already been through the process, it can be a daunting and time-consuming experience. You want to be reassured that your legal team will identify any potential problems early and deal with them quickly. One part of the process that often takes a frustratingly long time is […]

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How to deal with the effects of domestic violence in the workplace?

by Paul Whitaker August 26, 2013 Company Law

As any business owner can tell you, happy staff are more effective and a positive working environment is something that can make a huge difference to the way a company functions. Having a member of the team who is under a lot of stress, either with work or from issues arising in their private life, […]

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