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Are you hiring apprentices? You have obligations and responsibilities just as you do to other employees. In order to comply with the latest government legislation you’ll need to check you're doing it right!

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Are you considering a new director?  Remember that a director can also be an employee of the company.  When this is the case, what duties will they have in addition to their Statutory responsibilities as a director?  Are they going to be in an advisory role only or have a more hands on role? In particular, what happens if there is a breach of duty as an employee or as a director?  There is considerable amount of work involved in appointing a new director, so how do you cover yourself for all eventualities?

It is vital to create a director service level agreement setting out the roles, duties and responsibilities that a new director has as an employee.  Get a properly worded Director Service Level agreement made by Parrott & Coales.

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Employers look out! Employees with over 26 weeks of continuous employment have the right to ask for ‘flexible working’ and they can choose any reason they wish!  The idea is to give employees a better work life balance, which in theory will leave everyone in the UK work-happy and wonderfully productive.  

But what happens when several employees ask for the same day off, or have similar reasons for asking?  Do you have to agree to all requests or can you choose between them?  If you can choose, which request is the most important?  What happens if the requests leave you short staffed or mean you have to pay someone else overtime?  

Read the full article on flexible working by Albert Bargery, employment law specialist at Parrott & Coales, Solicitors in Aylesbury.

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We are extremely pleased to announce that P&C’s very own Lorna Barry, has won the LawNet Young Lawyer of the Year Award at a ceremony on Friday night (14th November 2014).   Lawnet wrote in their awards statement:

 "Since joining Parrott & Coales LLP just two years ago, Lorna has demonstrated an unrivaled commitment to building the business and capitalising on new opportunities.

She has developed impressive connections with key organisations in the local community and leveraged these to open up new revenue streams for the firm, as well as taking a leading role in the development and execution of the firm’s social media strategy and the creation of relevant articles in the local media.

Always seeking out opportunities to develop her skill set, Lorna already has experience of a wide range of complex cases and continues to receive exceptional client feedback. On a personal level, Lorna has consistently proven to be a passionate, confident and caring individual who works tirelessly to promote her clients’ interests."  Well done Lorna!
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Jeremy Holding discussing Lasting Powers of Attorney, Parrott & Coales LLP, Solicitors in Aylesbury.

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Albert Bargery specialist employment lawyer discussing employment law, from Parrott & Coales LLP, Solicitors in Aylesbury.

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Lorna Barry, Lawnet Awards 2014 Young Lawyer of the Year discussing Child Arrangement orders.  Parrott & Coales LLP, Solicitors in Aylesbury.

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Richard Sauvain of Parrott & Coales specialising in Family Law.

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James Couzens discussing leashold to freehold matters.
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