Monthly Archives: October 2014

Equal Pay Audits – The impact on Employers

Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014

On the 1st October 2014 new regulations came into force making it compulsory for employment tribunals to order equal pay audits against employers facing claims against equal pay. The new regime follows 45 years of slow progress made in tackling pay discrimination and gender equality and hopes that the new power given to tribunals will... Read More

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Landlords Beware!!

Thursday, 23 Oct 2014

  Most residential landlords will be aware of the requirements when taking a rent deposit to register the deposit with an authorised scheme and serve prescribed information on the tenants. They will also be aware that when the fixed term (usually 6 or 12 months) comes to an end a statutory tenancy comes into being... Read More

Don’t neglect your personal and business interests

Tuesday, 21 Oct 2014

It is important that those with business interests not only look after the legal affairs of their business but also their personal legal affairs. The following is a list of some of the main legal issues business owners should consider. Individuals with interests in private limited companies ·         Individuals who own shares in a company... Read More