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  • Wednesday 2nd August 2023

    Is your business a High Street Hero?

    Gullands Solicitors has launched the search for Maidstone’s High Street Heroes 2023, the competition to find the local businesses and individual employees that have gone above and beyond to provide excellent customer service, as nominated by the public they serve. The public have until 30 ...

  • Wednesday 26th July 2023

    Quick reference section

    Statutory minimum notice periods: An employer must give at least: • One week’s notice to an employee who has been employed for one month or more, but less than two years. • One week’s notice for each complete year of service for those employed for more ...

  • Wednesday 26th July 2023

    Employment ruling on start times for people with Dyslexia and Asperger’s

    An employment tribunal has ruled that people with Dyslexia and Asperger’s should be accommodated with more flexible working patterns including start times. The ruling is in the case of Raymond Bryce who said he was discriminated against by his former employer, and they had failed to make ...

  • Wednesday 26th July 2023

    Support for separating and divorced employees

    Separation and divorce have a big impact on people’s lives and they can be very stressful times which last a number of months, even years, and it is inevitable that some of your employees will experience this. What is the best way to support them during this period of their lives and to ...

  • Wednesday 26th July 2023

    Starting and ending an employment relationship

    Later this year we will be hosting a free seminar on starting and ending an employment relationship and if you are unable to attend, a recording will be available on our website. Visit our events page for more details. Below are just a few of the key issues when starting and ending an employment ...

  • Wednesday 26th July 2023

    Schedule of retained or revoked EU Law finally published

    The Government has finally published a schedule of retained EU Law that will be revoked or sunset by 31 December 2023. The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill allows the UK to take steps to reassert the sovereignty of Parliament. It ends the special status of retained EU law and will ...

  • Monday 24th July 2023

    A Guide to… What is Collaborative Law?

    When a couple decides to end a marriage, it doesn’t have to be acrimonious. Collaborative Law is the process which offers a fair and dignified end to the marriage which can also reduce emotional distress, enabling the couple to move on with their lives. Importantly if the couple also have ...

  • Wednesday 14th June 2023

    Staff profile: Alex Green

    Position: Associate Solicitor Time at Gullands: Since June 2019. Main responsibilities and duties: Working on a variety of commercial property acquisitions and disposals, with a specific focus on agricultural land transactions and new commercial sites. What ...

  • Wednesday 14th June 2023

    Gullands appoints wellness partner

    Julie Hobson has been appointed to the role of wellness partner within Gullands. In addition to her family team duties, Julie will be promoting wellbeing in the workplace to promote a positive working environment, where individuals can grow their careers to help longer term business ...

  • Wednesday 14th June 2023

    Getting onto the commercial property ladder

    If you are a business owner, a goal you might be working towards is to buy your own commercial freehold property. Buying your own commercial property gives you freedom to fit it out as you want (subject to planning approval) and provides certainty over tenure and costs. It allows the business to ...

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