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Consequences of breach of contract

Consequences Of Breach Of Contract

When you sign a contract, you and at least one other party enter a legally binding agreement to adhere to the terms of set out in the document. Common contracts include employment contracts, tenancy agreements and service contracts to name just a few. If you or the other party has breached the terms of a […]

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Breach of confidentiality by employer

Breach Of Settlement Agreement By Employer

If you have reached a settlement agreement with your employer, both parties are legally obligated to adhere to the terms agreed. In this article we will tell you what to do if your former employer has breached the terms of the settlement agreement and what compensation you may be entitled to receive as a result. […]

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Free Wills Month

We are really pleased to report that the promotion of Free Wills Month was a great success with a huge £9,692,797 raised in future income for the many worthwhile charities despite the initial phase of the pandemic taking hold mid-March. We would like to thank and congratulate all those who took part in the campaign’s […]

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Redundancy. How important is it to get it right?

The Importance of a Fair Redundancy Procedure  How to do a fair redundancy.  Redundancies can be complicated and difficult for both employer and employee. When redundancies unfortunately have to be made, it is important that they are done correctly. Redundancy is one of the potentially fair reasons for dismissal – for example – due to […]

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Employee Settlement Agreement

2020 has been a tumultuous year for employment in the UK. Unemployment levels and redundancies are going up and there is large scale uncertainty surrounding job security due to the impact of Covid-19. As a result, we know there are millions of people around the UK that are looking for advice on what to do […]

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Furlough scheme extended

Furlough scheme extended Following the announcement of the new national lockdown to begin from 5th November, which will bring the closure of the hospitality industry and non-essential shops, the government has extended the furlough scheme accordingly. It was due to be replaced by the Job Support Scheme from this month, but instead the furlough scheme […]

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