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10th Oct, 2019 Reports

A stitch in time

No one knows what the future holds, but one thing is certain, as a nation we are all living longer. The Office of National Statistics found: For the period from 2014 to 2016, a 65-year-old…

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10th Oct, 2019 Law

Caught By Appeal

Many disciplinary, dismissal or grievance outcomes will have been given after much detailed investigation and analysis. After that, an employee often chooses to exercise their right of appeal, probably taking up the valuable time of…

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10th Oct, 2019 Legal

Perceiving is believing

The Court of Appeal in Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey has held than an employer directly discriminated against an employee by refusing her a transfer on the basis of the employer’s stereotypical assumptions about the…

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10th Oct, 2019 Law Legal

Post-Termination Restrictions: Supreme Court to the Rescue

Two brave teams of rowers took part in the Weybridge Community Regatta organised by Weybridge Rowing Club. One of our boats consisted of relatively seasoned rowers whilst the other boat’s only real experience of being…

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10th Oct, 2019 Work

Munday’s business forum

As an entrepreneur,business owner or leader you know all too well the competing calls on your time, focus and energy as you drive your business forward day by day. You know there is no one…

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4th Oct, 2019 Reports

Weybridge Rowing Club

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