Human Resources

Human Resources

Practitioners emphasise need to support EU employees; most fear impact on morale and lack information to make decisions, says poll

As the political and economic fallout from the UK’s referendum decision to leave the European Union continues, HR professionals have been sharing their reactions to the news – and beginning to assess their own priorities as the questions come in thick and fast from business leaders as well as employees.

Are you ready for the SRA's New Regime? This practical and interactive course will explore the new regime introduced by the SRA to replace the previous CPD requirements for solicitors this year.

The course will explore what it all means in practical terms and how firms and their solicitors can ensure that they have arrangements in place to meet the SRA’s requirements.

What you will learn

Are you ready for the SRA's New Regime? This practical and interactive course will explore the new regime introduced by the SRA to replace the previous CPD requirements for solicitors this year.

The course will explore what it all means in practical terms and how firms and their solicitors can ensure that they have arrangements in place to meet the SRA’s requirements.

What you will learn

Briefing supplement: Is your firm under attack?
 

Securing the future

As cyber-criminals shift tactics, firms need to manage to prioritise response as well as prevention.

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This month, LPM magazine looks at the uncertain future of the SME legal market – from pricing, recruitment and retention to cybersecurity, regulation, and technology. We’ve got it all covered in our LPM conference 2016 report, with added insight from speakers and delegates who presented/attended.

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Local Oxfordshire solicitors Brethertons, have won the Twin Towns Challenge 2016, a charity event that took them all way to Le Touquet in France and back again in a car they bought for just 99p.

“Twin Towns 2016 was one of the highlights of my life in recent times” declares Steve Neasham Managing Partner and Head of Property Law at the Bicester office, “It was an amazing experience, extremely well organised and raised a considerable amount of money for an inspirational charity and one very close to our hearts, SpecialEffect.”

International law firm Ashurst today announces the launch of a new integrated global team - Ashurst Advance - as the next step in its focus on legal service innovation for clients.

Some things are so obvious that it’s hard to understand why everyone’s not already doing them, like putting grated cheese on your beans or eating your five a day.

The same ‘let’s change something small that’ll make a big difference’ mentality also goes for running your office. If you could save money, make your employees more productive and help the environment in one fell swoop, why wouldn’t you?

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LPM magazine discovers why more firms are becoming limited companies.

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Feature: Our main feature delves into Stephens Scown’s new John Lewis-style shared ownership model and why more firms are becoming limited companies.

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