Jonathan Marriott

What could HR leaders expect for the rest of 2021?

What could HR leaders expect for the rest of 2021?  The pandemic has taught us to adapt and evolve into extreme levels of remote working. We’ve been required to adjust to losing our sense of personal connection, teammates and our managers. It seemed in the space of a couple of days almost a year ago now, we were required to bring our office into our home environments as we braced ourselves for what has turned out to be for some, 12 months working from home.  Even to …

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What happens if there is no one to inherit my Will?

Dying without a will – If there is no one to inherit my Will, what happens?  It’s a difficult subject, because who wants to anticipate death? As straight forward as the task of putting together a will can be, many people put it off. When a person dies without a Will, the estate falls into the rules of intestacy.   According to the Inheritance and Trustees’ Power Act, the rules determine who inherits what based on family connections. The …

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Rugby Unions Legal Battle: What’s life like after Rugby?  

Rugby Unions Legal Battle: What’s life like after Rugby?   Groups of retired rugby players are taking the rugby union to court following devastating effects they enduring in retirement.  Widely known across the UK, Rugby is a full-contact sport that originated in England in the first half of 19th century.   Over the years, it’s been fantastic to see the likes of Jeremey Guscott, Martin Johnson, Lawrence Dallaglio, Jasin Robinson, Jonny Wilkinson all play for England in …

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Why Conveyancers Should Be Searching For Their Dream Role

At the start of 2020, the UK housing market was suffering as a result of the pandemic with the early stages of lockdown causing the number of house sales to drop by 70% across the UK.  The government implemented steps by reducing Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) and this relief has been running since the 8th of July 2020. The deadline of this short relief in taxes is 31st of March 2021 with rumours of it being extended.   The tax relief that the government issued saw the threshold for paying Stamp Duty Land Tax being …

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