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The Danger Of Banter

Most people are aware that employees need 2 completed years of service to bring an unfair dismissal claim at a tribunal. Less well known is that you need no service to bring a discrimination or whistleblowing claim. Discrimination claims are brought as employees believe they are discriminated against in the workplace because of one or more

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Carl Irwin

D.I.Y. – Don’t Injure Yourself

  We are a nation of DIY & gardening enthusiasts; just look at how many programmes are on the TV & radio; and every weekend and bank holiday, hundreds of thousands of people rush to get to grips with their latest home improvement or gardening project. Inevitably, there will be DIY disasters; injuries that could

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Emma Clayton

Are you undervaluing yourself and your services?

Are you undervaluing yourself and your services? Do you know the full extent of your earning potential? We want you to know your worth, with these two simple steps. First – try the free calculator below to instantly discover the striking positive long-term effects of raising your prices today (you’ll be surprised!). Then – don’t

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Ritesh Goel

The Benefits Of Having Your Tax Return Filed Early

Although the deadline is months away, did you know you can file your tax return any time from 6th April 2022? In this article and video we look at just some of the benefits of filing your self-assessment tax return for the 2021/22 tax year sooner rather than later. Receive your tax refund earlier There are many reasons

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20 ways to make your home more eco-friendly

We’re living in an increasingly carbon-conscious world, and by making your home more eco-friendly, you could save money on bills, make your property more sellable, and even add to its value. Whatever your budget, here are some of the ways to do it…  1. Improve insulation There’s no point adding new, renewable energy sources to your

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Michael Newman

Living With Covid

The government’s ‘Living with Covid-19’ plan recently issued is aimed at enabling the country to manage Covid-19 like any other respiratory illness, while retaining the ability to respond if a new, more dangerous variant emerges. Covid is still with us and in fact infections seem to be higher than ever although mercifully hospitalisations and deaths

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