Category Archives for Contracts

Free contracts are not always free!

Don't you just love to get free stuff.   Finding you don't have to pay can be a great feeling.  But not everything that is free is going to save you money.

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Struggling with bookkeeping?

When you deal with donations, subscriptions and grants it is vital to have clear and proper records. Getting the receipts and paperwork into one place to log and enter into accounts can be quite a

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Is freelancing the way to bypass HR?

For some growing organisations, freelance is the new employment and they are creating people strategies entirely around the freelance model with no plans to take on a single employee.Continue reading

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Nigella is not the only boss to have a problem with unauthorised business expenses

We have all marvelled at the Lawson family lifestyle and wondered how it is that someone who works for you can run up more than half a million pounds worth of  unauthorised expenses.  The issue of unauthorised

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Contracts that helps you manage

If you are running a standard business with standard staff then a standard ‘contract’ may work for you.  Employment law is often approached as if contracts of employment are simply about compliance.

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Leaving your windows open?

Business owners often feel quite hard done by when dealing with employment law.  In the current climate there is a feeling that ‘all this red tape’ inhibits business and reduces profitability. You

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Out of the frying pan into the fire?

George Osborne‘s recent announcement of plans for a new “employee-owner” contract of employment has set the cat among the pigeons. Initial reactions varied from believing this is the introduction

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Getting to grips with the help

You start a business and at some point you need help and so you begin your journey into employment law and performance management. Family members help out from time to time, some casual workers, some freelancers,

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