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What the rise of nomadic teams means for employers

29 July 2021

The gentle easing of foreign travel restrictions is posing an unexpected headache for employers, who need to be on the look-out for potential digital nomads in their home-working workforce.

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Employers urged to give ‘Fire-and-Rehire’ practices the boot

14 July 2021

Julia Fitzimmons, employment law expert and partner with FBC Manby Bowdler, explains how best to tackle employment contract changes, while maintaining good employee relations:

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Companies must be on track for Covid-safe workplaces this summer

29 June 2021

With the lifting of lockdown restrictions delayed by four weeks, businesses have been given extra time to plan how they will protect workers and customers once the country is released from the current Covid-related restrictions.

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Can employers force staff to get vaccinated against Covid-19?

28 January 2021

The impact of the Covid pandemic on businesses the length and breadth of the country is almost unmeasurable.

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Make sure employment policies aren’t half-baked, warns solicitor

24 September 2020

Legal expert Julia Fitzsimmons today warned employers to make sure their workplace policies weren’t half-baked after a shop assistant won a £3,000 payout in a tribunal over the sale of sausage rolls.

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Companies urged to make competition clauses reasonable

30 July 2020

For businesses concerned about the impact of their key employees going to work for a competitor organisation, a non-compete clause can provide a safety net to stop commercially sensitive information being passed on to a rival.

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Chancellor urged to remember smaller manufacturers in this week’s Budget

09 March 2020

Business leaders calling on the Chancellor to keep the needs of manufacturers central to his Budget on Wednesday as planning to deal with Covid-19 takes hold.

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Coronavirus guidance for employers

03 March 2020

Employers concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) addressed by Employment Partner Julia Fitzsimmons

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Business must protect employee data under new rules

07 February 2018

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Making sure the work environment is safe

16 January 2018

It can be difficult enough trying to get through hazardous weather conditions to reach work on time, but what if when you get there the office is only....

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