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24 Sep 2011
Social Media in the Workplace
On 1 September 2011, ACAS published guidance for employers on the use of social media in the workplace...
23 Sep 2011
When is a dismissal for refusal to accept a pay cut reasonable?
When an employer wants to make changes to employees’ terms and conditions of employment, it will often be necessary to consult with the employees and obtain their agreement to the changes....
23 Sep 2011
asb law’s specialist brain injury solicitor welcomes proposed ban on personal injury referral fees
Specialist brain injury solicitor and director of the Brain Injury Group, Francis Lacy-Scott, welcomes the Government’s proposed ban on personal injury referral fees, announced on September 9, 2011....
22 Sep 2011
The importance of a well drafted termination letter
The recent case of Publicis Consultants UK Limited v O’Farrell emphasises the importance of employers ensuring that their intentions are clear in a termination letter....
13 Sep 2011
asb law boasts 16 leaders in their field
asb’s team of lawyers includes 16 ‘leaders in their fields’ according to Chambers & Partners UK 2012, an independently researched legal directory due to be published in October....
12 Sep 2011
What do the forthcoming Agency Workers Regulations 2010 mean?
Q. I use temps in my business. What do the forthcoming Agency Workers Regulations 2010 mean to me and what do I need to do to prepare?...
5 Sep 2011
asb Sponsor Active Sussex Sports Awards launch
With under a year to go to London 2012, Sussex Olympic and Paralympic athletes are coming together in Brighton on 2 September to launch nominations for this year’s Sussex Sports Awards....
27 Jul 2011
Public Sector Equality Duty
On 5 April 2011, the Government brought into force the Public Sector Equality Duty (“PSED”) which requires public authorities to have due regard to the need to eliminate discrimination...
22 Jul 2011
Helping your beneficiaries plan for the future
With the public purse under increasing pressure Charities, particularly those campaigning for or supporting those with life limiting illnesses or disabilities, will be be expected to fill the void in state services....
22 Jul 2011
Appointing a professional fundraiser - where the buck stops
Outsourcing your fundraising to a professional fundraiser can bring many benefits – cost savings, time savings, improved efficiency, risk sharing and access to infrastructure and the resources that many charities lack....