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Wednesday, 08 February 2017 07:54

Divorces & Breakups: The Aftermath!

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One-quarter of adults and children who have suffered through a divorce never get over their losses completely. However, life goes on. It is imperative to find the energy and support to go on with life as usual, to reduce the resulting hopelessness and negativity that are the outcomes of nasty divorce proceedings.  
The Court of Appeal on March 1st  refused British Gas permission to appeal to the Supreme Court in the holiday pay case of British Gas v Mr Lock. "The Working Time Regulations  are properly to be read purposively to give effect to the CJEU ruling in Lock which means holiday pay must take into account overtime and commission earnings."
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 13:57

[Scam Alert] Phishing Emails Alledgedly From HSBC

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A new round of emails allegedly from HSBC are doing the rounds, with links going to hsbc-verify.(tld)
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 13:44

Looking in the Mirror, do you like what you see?

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What does your reflection tell you about your inner being?  Are you living as a victim to something, or someone in your life, or are you standing and expressing yourself in a victorious manner?
Saturday, 04 February 2017 12:55

Transition: The path to self-atualization

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Events pile up outside us, and we respond to them internally in ways that leave us changed.
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 16:36

Your Practical New Year's Resolution

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Although, I am a little late for 2017 with a New Year's Resolution, as it is only 1st February right now, I thought I better hop to it quick.  If you do nothing else in matters of Compliance this year, do protect yourself and your identity in 2017 – Compliance people call this “Data Protection”!    
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 10:24

Employees – they aren’t really are they?

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Recently two cases occurred where “employees” have sought clarification from employment tribunals of their actual status. In both cases, based on the facts not the paperwork, the tribunals have found the claimants were workers not subcontractors.
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