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Does Your Business Comply With Job Retention Scheme Guidance?

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors will offer bespoke legal advice remotely to be sure your business complies with government guidance on the Job Retention Scheme. We have seen many enquiries from businesses of all sizes with regard to the...

Tilly Bailey & Irvine Update: Commercial Law Support

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors can offer you employment, property, insolvency and commercial law support during these uncertain coronavirus-affected times thanks to its commercial law teams. Here at Tilly Bailey & Irvine, we have...

Tilly Bailey & Irvine Update: Business Support

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors can offer you business support during these uncertain coronavirus-affected times thanks to its corporate and commercial law teams. TBI’s corporate team are here and ready to help you navigate the current...

Summer Heatwave: Can It Legally Be "Too Hot To Work"?

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Britain – and indeed Europe – is currently enjoying a heatwave in July, with temperatures soaring up to 37 degrees in some parts of the UK already. But what are the laws for working in hot weather? Tilly Bailey & Irvine...

Mental Health Awareness: The Impacts Of Mental Health At Work

SherReene Cheah
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Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK. In Tilly Bailey & Irvine's latest article, we are considering mental health in the workplace and its impact on businesses. Mental health is an ongoing problem and should be at the...

Who Will Be At Your Next Disciplinary Hearing?

Joan Casson
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Employment lawyers are often asked who an employee can bring with them to a disciplinary hearing.  Most employers limit an employee’s companion to a work colleague or trade union official, which is consistent with the statute giving employees the...

Keeping Your Workforce Happy When Temperatures Rise

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Suddenly it feels like Summertime or should we say ‘heatwave’ with temperatures throughout the UK rising and the 1st July 2015 being the hottest on record so far. High temperatures may be wonderful on the beaches, or...