As coronavirus cases in the UK continue to increase, many businesses around the UK will be introducing remote working in order to help prevent the spread of the virus and to protect their staff and clients. What do businesses need to consider when implementing remote working?
Preparing for Business Interruption
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, are businesses prepared for the potential disruption the crisis might bring?
Understanding Your Articles of Association
Articles of Association are important documents that anyone involved in the governance of a registered company needs to be familiar with. It is important that directors have read the company’s Articles of Association as directors can be held personally liable if they breach them.
Looking the Part
Appearances and first impressions can play a big role in the workplace. No one should be made to feel uncomfortable or judged on appearances, but thinking about how you present yourself to others may be useful in understanding how they perceive you – and why.
Changes to Employment Law for Bereaved Parents
On 6 April 2020, paid parental leave for bereaved parents will be introduced. Here’s what employers need to know about the new laws.
Keeping Your Personal Life Separate from Work
Some people like to keep their personal and professional lives separate. How can we maintain good relationships with colleagues, without blurring professional and personal boundaries?
Ignorance is No Excuse
Every director has a legal duty towards the company and cannot be excused of the responsibilities of the role. Here we look at a director’s duties and why ignorance is not an excuse.
Directors – The Importance of Induction
Becoming a director is a major responsibility so it’s important for anyone taking on the position to be prepared for the demands and accountabilities of the role. How can firms prepare an effective induction process for directors?