Monthly Archives: January 2016

Families Failing to Plan for End of Life

The taboo of mortality and a growing culture of “living in the moment” has left UK families woefully unprepared for the financial impact of death, Aviva’s latest Family Finances Report has revealed. Aviva’s data shows almost two in three UK … Continue reading

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Scottish Government Consults on Adults with Incapacity

The Scottish Government has recently launched a consultation exercise over possible changes to legislation relating to Adults with Incapacity. The changes are based on a report produced by the Scottish Law Commission in October 2014, which focused on the question … Continue reading

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Handling Sickness and Absence

Winter offers a host of problems for employers with staff morale often low after Christmas. However, there are other issues that the winter months pose to workers including staff illness and absenteeism. Read Morehttp://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/handling-sickness-and-absence.html

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