It’s been almost a year since the Gender Pay Gap Regulations came into effect which required employers with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay data. All public […]
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March 8th is International Women’s Day (IWD) and the campaign this year is #PressForProgress. The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report states that gender parity won’t happen for another […]
Last year saw a number of dramatic changes for landlords and the rental market. Recently, there have been changes to buy-to-let mortgage tax relief, affordability tests and stamp duty which […]
On Thursday 25th January 2018, 25 of Rocket Lawyer’s On Call lawyers gathered at our UK offices for a workshop on ‘How to attract & convert clients’. Since Rocket Lawyer […]
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With the new GDPR regulations set to be introduced in May 2018, companies have less than half a year left to ensure that they are fully compliant. Failure to comply […]
It’s inevitable that there will be one Christmas where you unwrap a disappointing gift. Whether it’s a jumper that isn’t your style, or some cooking utensils you’ll never use, you […]
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are great times to shop for sale items (who doesn’t love 30% off), but these days largely benefit corporations and large retailers. Small Business Saturday […]
After the collapse of Monarch Airlines earlier this month, I have been thinking about package holidays. What would I do had I been affected? What are ‘package’ holidays? A ‘package […]
Leaseholds have been around for centuries, but in a modern context, they only started to gain ground in the 1920s and it took until the 1950s for leaseholds to start […]