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  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Kent Charity Awards 2016

    Blair Gulland is a Trustee of Royal British Legion Industries, RBLI and it has recently been celebrating after it was awarded Supporting Charity of the Year at the Kent Charity Awards 2016 in a ceremony that took place at Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone on Thursday 11 March. Kent Charity Awards ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Amanda Finn joins forces with Young Kent and Girlguiding

    Gullands Solicitors’ Partner Amanda Finn has been appointed as a Trustee of both Young Kent and Girlguiding London and South East. Young Kent supports people aged 8-25 years from across Kent and Medway, through work with the youth sector, and via its own direct delivery of support programmes ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Gullands' team put on their thinking caps to support local charity

    On Friday 11 March Gullands’ team put on their thinking caps as they took part in Dandelion Time’s fundraising quiz. Dandelion Time is a Kent charity for children and families struggling with trauma arising from physical or emotional abuse, neglect or domestic violence. Based on a ...

  • Thursday 28th April 2016

    Staff profile Legal eye on Marianne Webb

    Name: Marianne Webb Position: Associate Department: Commercial and Charity Law Areas of expertise: I am part of the Commercial and Corporate team here at Gullands specialising in commercial property matters and commercial contracts, for example drafting terms of business and advising on supplier ...

  • Monday 11th April 2016

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  • Thursday 31st March 2016

    Brexit, What Next For Employment Law?

    In the event that the UK decides to exit the European Union, there may be implications for employment law. A significant proportion of our employment law has some basis or link with the EU, including discrimination, Transfer of Undertaking Regulations (TUPE), family leave and working time ...

  • Thursday 31st March 2016

    National Living Wage

    As this brief hits your inbox, the National Living Wage for workers aged 25 and over will have been introduced, effective 6th April. Currently set at £7.20 per hour predictions are that it will be increasing to somewhere in the region of £9.00 plus by 2020. It is estimated that 23% ...

  • Thursday 31st March 2016

    Contractors - who is in control?

    Most businesses use contractors to cover their operational needs and keep head count and costs down. However some employers fall into the trap of believing health & safety can be “contracted out” like everything else. That is a recipe for disaster. This article looks at how a ...

  • Thursday 31st March 2016

    Are you meeting the new First Aid at Work Guidelines?

    In 2013 the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued new First Aid at Work Guidelines for employers, as well as a new type of first aid needs assessment. With the new guidelines affecting every workplace in Great Britain, it is imperative that every business checks its first aid policy to ensure ...

  • Thursday 31st March 2016

    Dress codes

    Following British Airways settling a two-year dispute over the dress code enforced by them on new recruits, the issue of whether employers need a dress code and how they may enforce it has come to the fore. The amount of detail that as an employer you include in a dress code, is likely to depend ...

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