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Aug
18
GDPR needn't be a headache for HR departments
HR professionals who have read how GDPR will affect the way employee data is stored and shared may be concerned by the risk of potential fines.
Aug
17
GDPR and hospitality: getting privacy right
Sarah Williamson, partner in the Commercial & Technology team, explored the implications for critical aspects such as guest privacy in a recent article for The Caterer magazine.
Aug
16
GDPR and a consumer power shift
Incoming new data regulations are likely to give consumers much more power to drive business to or away from an organisation depending upon how they deal with their data.
Aug
15
The Millennial Management Dilemma
“Positive and confident, millennials are ready to take on the world” so writes Susan M Heathfield, but how can businesses attract, retain and engage the pool of talent at its disposal to build the workforces of the future? Emma O’Connor, Head of Training explores this management dilemma and asks is it hype or is there a serious message?
Aug
14
Boyes Turner’s Development team continues to grow
Boyes Turner has further strengthened its focus on the development and house building sector with the addition of solicitor Sara McKay.
Aug
07
Boyes Turner international work wins plaudits from legal sector peers
Leading Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner shortlisted for prestigious Law Society International Excellence Award
Aug
04
Court of Appeal decision on closed landfill site provides unwelcome news for developers and landowners
A Court of Appeal decision on the 27 July 2017 in the case of Powys County Council v Price and another has overturned a High Court decision...
Aug
03
GDPR: how will it affect procurement?
The incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have a significant impact on a company's procurement process.
Aug
02
BBC report and the Gender Pay Gap
There was little fanfare in the press following the introduction of new legislation requiring employers with over 250 employees to report on their Gender Pay Gap earlier this year. Now, thanks to the BBC’s recent publication of the salaries of its highest earning presenters, the majority of whom are male, Gender Pay Gap reporting has been firmly thrust into the spotlight...
Jul
28
Proposed Improved Rights for Freehold Owners on Housing Estates to Challenge Service Charges
Tenants of flats with long leases have statutory rights to challenge service charges levied by their landlords if they think they are excessive or that inappropriate charges have been added to the service charge bill.

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