Employing consultants and self-employed people can be tricky business. Here's an expert guide to make sure your consultancy agreement is fair and legal.
Royds Withy King’s Lucy Nash debates whether the gagging clauses used by the government in contracts with suppliers involved in the delivery of universal credit are enforcable.
It can be tempting to look solely at the price tag when taking on a new fleet vehicle, but it’s important to weigh up several key factors.
You’re making the deal of a lifetime, yet you suspect foul play. The stakes are high and there’s distrust amongst both parties. Should you counter-act with dirty negotiation tricks to gain the upper-hand or take the high-ground and tackle the situation head on?
Backed by its exclusive community of high-growth entrepreneurs, The Supper Club delves into the subject of garnering consent for the processing of personal data ahead of 25 May 2018.
For businesses running lean operations, having an open position could cause a serious problem. That’s why it’s critical that employers have a strong hiring strategy in place to fuel the pipeline to enable them to select the most suitable, skilled and appropriate candidates quickly.
VC company Benchmark Capital sued Uber founder Travis Kalanick a month after his resignation – and has finally made the reasons behind its decision clear.
Former investment banker Jeff Blue recently took Mike Ashley to the High Court over the non-payment of £14m, which he alleges was part of a verbal agreement promising him money in exchange for doubling the share price of Sports Direct to £8 within three years.
How many bosses get told “sorry, you are still in contract” when querying their telecoms supplier. But are you really and do you have any options to get out of it?
Do business sector broadband packages differ when it comes to provider or contract length? It’s a question Andrew Ferguson set out to answer.
Putting together a dress code that’s fair and reasonable in the eyes of the law can be a tough task. Even though most have only the best of intentions, many employers fall foul and end up in dispute with members of their workforce.
The unique mixture of intense public scrutiny and vast amounts of money can make football management a cruel world. But the issues thrown up by the high profile departure of Sam Allardyce are by no means confined to football.