How high-growth tech companies can plan for agility
Partner and Head of the Commercial and Technology Group at Boyes Turner, Mark Blunden, recently wrote a piece for TechRadar, looking at the ways high-growth tech firms can prepare for agility throughout the growth of the business.
The gig economy has been crucial to tech firms in the past, finding short-term fills for gaps in resources, especially for fast-growth startups on a budget. In a recent article in The Times, an analysis around whether or not the 'gig economy' is proving useful to the day-to-day operations of the business was conducted.
How a failure to appropriately deal with allegations of discrimination can lead to further claims
A recent case in the Employment Tribunal has highlighted the risk of further claims arising from an employer’s response to an initial allegation of discrimination being made either via an internal grievance process or a claim in the Employment Tribunal.
What can tech businesses be doing to prepare for a no deal Brexit?
Technology businesses operate across national boundaries and with international workforces. The answer to “deal or no deal?” has huge ramifications for these employers and their workforces. Barry Stanton offers practical guidance on what tech businesses could be doing to prepare for a "no deal" Brexit.
Can an organisation be liable for a GDPR breach by a disgruntled employee?
Breaches of GDPR could give rise to claims by those whose data has been misused, but can an organisation still be liable for breaches which occur as a result of the malicious actions of a disgruntled employee? Who ultimately holds responsibility for ensuring adherence to the Regulation?
Boyes Turner to boost debt recovery work with hire of team from Pitmans
Leading Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner has announced the strengthening of its debt recovery team with the hire of a team of lawyers from Pitmans, led by Donna Goddard – who becomes the new Head of Debt Recovery at Boyes Turner.