Dismissal is a term used to describe termination of an employee. Similarly to almost every other issue within business, dismissal is by no means a black and white. There are plenty of grey areas. Its an option that should very much be a last resort to employers but with various types of dismissal comes various different procedures to follow. The following information breaks down and explains each type of dismissal. In doing so, we’ve made it easier for both employers and employees to understand their options when it comes to dismissal.
Similar to all other tax related issues, tax avoidance vs evasion is relatively complex. The line between them can easily be blurred and is incredibly slight. Should you have any concerns regarding tax issues, it’s always best to seek advice from a professional as mistakes can be costly and in some cases, irreversible.
As auto enrolment slowly but surely becomes the norm among employers, it seems the transition has been relatively smooth so far. However, auto enrolment doesn’t just affect employers, many employees are keen to know their rights and responsibilities within this new pension scheme.
Good leaders, some experts say, are creative rather than reactive. In other words, they anticipate future demands, trends and make new products or tailor the ones they already have to suit that future.
Debt recovery is one of the most common reasons members get in touch with our legal team and while it may seem like a daunting process, it’s a problem easily solved by putting in place various monitoring and invoicing systems.
As a business owner, you’re faced with certain responsibilities when you decide to bring on new staff. An employment contract between you and your employee is one of these and is in fact a legal requirement.
There are so many technicalities and legal issues to consider when running a business that it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed. Using our Small Businesses Legal Checklist will help to protect your business and maximise success.