Employers should take steps now to avoid any health – and legal – issues arising when workplaces reopen, writes ALAN SUTHERLAND As much as businesses have spent the last 16 months grappling with new ways of working, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, many are turning their thoughts to what the future looks like […]
New ways of working, adopted during the pandemic, should be harnessed to improve the client service, says ZOE FOWLIE After decades of slow, in fact reluctant progress in the technology landscape, virtually overnight the legal industry was propelled into the 21st Century by the Covid-19 pandemic. Technology became the only way to continue delivering client […]
The Vialex Edinburgh Touch Rugby League kicks off this week with 32 teams taking part in the nine-week multi-league event.
As the World Cup kicks off, employers should be mindful of how to deal with workers who want to watch the action While it’s an exciting time for fans, the football World Cup tournament can seem like a long month for employers who may experience difficulties on a number of fronts. One such challenge can […]
Working out holiday entitlement and holiday pay for casual workers presents a few hurdles for the unwary employer Holiday pay has been repeatedly rearing its head in the Employment tribunal for the last few years. While the rules on overtime and commission and their relation to the calculation of holiday pay are reasonably settled, there […]