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My big fat cancelled wedding: How to navigate the quagmire of rescheduled nuptials
Catering Today – Coronavirus: How to mitigate revenue and footfall declines
Bar Magazine – Calling in the Experts IR35.
Money Matters – When it comes to finance, one size doesn’t fit all.
Rewarding employees with shares to retain
Restrictions on shares acquired under EMI options
Re-negotiating your rent- What operators need to know to get it right.
Hospitality Sector IR35 advice
10 tips to securing a new pub or bar lease
Tax changes on way
ERS: Being unaware is not a good excuse
QSR Media: Thought-leadership – Solving the perils of an unwanted director or shareholder
The Morning Advertiser – What professional services are available to publicans
Independent: Myth busing zero hour contracts: are they as bad as we are told?
City AM How to handle being shown the door
Independent: Romance at work. Can you mix business with pleasure?
City AM What you can do if you’re being restructured out
City AM: How private are my emails? Not as private as you think
City AM: New Job? What to consider when checking a new employment contract
City A.M: Pros and cons of making the move into consultancy
City A.M: How employers can deal with office loverbirds
City A.M How to quit with confidence. Everything you need to know about resigning.
Independent: How do businesses deal with their rainmaker who pushes the boundaries?
City AM How to deal with the office bully
The Independent: What is the case for business paying long-term interns
The Independent: A hostile working environment makes no business sense
City AM: How to tackle poor employee performance
Independent: The election result- What about employees?
Independent: Three million more apprenticeships are promised. But it’s not all about the numbers
Older workers are being unfairly overlooked
Independent: Tackling the gender pay gap
Independent: Uber facing legal action over driver’s rights in the UK
City AM: National living wage
Independent: Why Deliveroo can’t stop couriers going to court over worker’s rights