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Mental health at work: what is a ‘reasonable adjustment’?

Opening up about mental health is the topic of the moment, with the Royal Family backing campaigns to get people talking to each other about their problems. In the workplace, that conversation between employer and employee is significant and the e...


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Architect Negligence and How to Avoid it

Many towns and cities are seeing the development of commercial areas as a vital strategy to encourage growth. This strategy is often encouraged by the local industries and businesses within the areas. They see it as an important factor for attract...


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UK workers’ rights post-Brexit: tidal wave or damp squib?

Amongst the many anxieties caused by the EU referendum vote last year, the prospect of erosion of workers’ rights has loomed large. Despite official support for the Remain campaign from Government, historically at least, Conservative politic...


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What a waste - Brexit and waste management

Today is historic – on 29 March 2017 Theresa May will push the button that opens the trapdoor to Brexit and we will have two years in which to slide through it. Will we glide through and land gracefully on a conveyor belt into the future? Or...


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UK construction industry could lose 8% of workforce post-Brexit

New figures from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reveal that the UK construction industry could lose almost 200,000 EU workers post-Brexit should Britain lose access to the single market, putting some of the country’s bigge...


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The human element of Brexit

Today, history will be made – Teresa May will push the button on Article 50, setting in motion a two-year timeframe for divorcing the EU.  It’s going to be a rather busy two years for Government officials, who will look to push th...