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One of the greatest challenges facing employers today is finding and keeping good employees. This article describes some effective employee retention strategies that will help you retain good staff and develop a stable workforce.
Business Owners often ask whether a contract that their company is entering into can in fact take effect from an earlier date compared to the date on which it is to be signed by the parties.
A discussion on the doctrine of the corporate veil, analysed in the light of a recent court decision.
A discussion on the latest stage of the Growth and Infrastructure Bill's passage through Parliament and another couple of snippets on Planning Act regime tweaks.
On 11 December 2012, the Government published draft legislation establishing a statutory residence test for individuals coming to and leaving the UK.
Today's entry reports that the Growth and Infrastructure Bill has finally completed its passage through Parliament and will become the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 today.
On Monday 25 March, the FCA’s Risk Outlook and Business Plan for 2013-14 were published.
The recent release of David Bowie's new album sent a major shock wave through the music industry and caused many 'respectable' and 'serious' programmes and publications to fall over themselves in fawning admiration.
On 18 April 2013 the UK government issued a legal challenge to the decision of the EU Council of 22 January 2013 which authorised a subset of the EU (not including the UK) to introduce a financial transaction tax.
Companies doing business on an international basis can take welcome comfort from a recent Court of Appeal decision, which confirmed the approach for when a corporate veil will be lifted.