Posted 20 December 2017
What to expect in Employment Law in 2018 and how to prepare?
We discuss the proposed future changes within the employment sector and how your business can prepare for 2018.
Posted 27 September 2017
With You Magazine
Welcome to the first edition of With You, our Brachers magazine. Inside you’ll find a mixture of news, insight, client stories and regular columns on a wide range of legal-related topics.
Posted 04 August 2017
Workforce retention – the role of health and wellbeing initiatives
One of the major challenges ahead for UK businesses in the next coming years will be attracting and retaining talent. The Institute of Directors encourage businesses to develop robust wellbeing strategies championed by their leaders and focussing just as much on the mental (as well as physical) health of their employees.
Posted 25 July 2017
Employment Law facts and figures 2017/18
Our leaflet shows a summary for employers and employees, containing the key facts and figures regarding employment law in the coming year.
Posted 01 December 2016
Future-Proofing Your Rural Business
The vote in favour of Brexit will undoubtedly have significant implications for the UK’s rural and agricultural sector. At the current time and for the foreseeable future there is considerable uncertainty as to how this sector will be affected particularly in relation to CAP and the availability of migrant labour.
Posted 25 November 2016
Flexible working - homeworking and the future
A look at the increase in homework, the pros and cons for employers and employees and how to effectively implement this in your business.
Posted 25 November 2016
Future-proof your business: Managing risks and opportunities
A summary from our recent 'Future-proof your business' seminar looking at how to manage employment and commercial risks and opportunities
Posted 19 October 2016
Future-proof your business: now is the time to make your business more secure
Many businesses take the view that professional advice is only required when something goes wrong – for example, when an employee raises a grievance, a customer does not pay a debt, or a dispute arises with a supplier. However, prevention is always better than cure and there are many steps that businesses can take to future-proof their business and help avoid problems arising. This includes: