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  • Wednesday 4th July 2012

    Jubilee hour

    BSC is supporting the Jubilee Hour, which aims to recognise Her Majesty the Queen’s 60 years of public service by encouraging people to undertake 60 minutes of volunteering, or an act of goodwill. Gullands’ Blair Gulland and Aman Sandhu were in attendance when Eric Pickles, Secretary ...

  • Tuesday 3rd July 2012

    Gullands increases ties with the big society co-operative

    Gullands has taken its partnership with the Big Society Co-Operative (BSC) to the next level. The firm’s chairman, Blair Gulland, is now chair for the co-operative and Gullands has provided accommodation for BSC staff who moved into the firm’s adjoining 22A Mill Street offices in ...

  • Monday 2nd July 2012

    Conveyancing services praised at Museum event

    Gullands Solicitors held a spring drinks reception for 130 guests, including members of the Kent property community at Maidstone Museum on Wednesday 9 May. Guests enjoyed a special opportunity to view the recently opened and highly acclaimed Museum extension, with its new galleries and famous ...

  • Saturday 21st April 2012

    Disciplinary procedures for poor performance and capability

    How should misconduct or poor performance be handled? Managing staff can be challenging and sometimes when things go wrong it can prove difficult to tackle problems. Facing up to difficulties and having a calm, planned approach usually leads to the best outcome. Here the Gullands ...

  • Friday 20th April 2012

    Checklist: Online and e-mail risks for your business

    Information that is written on the internet or in e-mails can seriously damage your business’ reputation and the reputation of individual employees. Your employees could lose their job, be sued or face criminal charges and your business could be sued or fined. So what can ...

  • Thursday 19th April 2012

    Job applicants: the burden of proof in discrimination claims

    The law on discrimination applies equally to potential job applicants as it does through each stage of employment. In Meister v Speech Design Carrier Systems GmbH, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has recently given an opinion on the burden of proof in the case where a job applicant is ...

  • Wednesday 18th April 2012

    Gullands Sentinel Insurance

    Now available from Gullands is an all inclusive package comprising a complete health audit of policies and contracts, a 9-5 helpline staffed by our specialists and insurance to cover tribunal costs and awards. Gullands Sentinel insurance cover will provide speedy support and advice from those who ...

  • Tuesday 17th April 2012

    Pensions and auto enrolment ? prepare for changes

    Businesses are making preparations for new requirements that mean all employers in Great Britain must automatically enrol eligible jobholders in a pension scheme from a future date after October 2012. Under a four-year staging process, employers must either use their own qualifying pension ...

  • Monday 16th April 2012

    Court acts to protect the majority in shareholder dispute

    Much is said and written about the protection of minority shareholders through the articles of association, shareholders agreement and legislation. A recent court decision serves to remind us that the majority may need protection as well. In the case of Smith v Butler and another, Mr Smith ...

  • Sunday 15th April 2012

    Separating parents and relocation

    When parents separate their relocation either within the UK or abroad can present problems for the children’s primary carer and indeed the ‘absent’ parent. The more so where the primary carer wishes to return with the children to their country of origin. Strictly it is ...

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