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A solicitor for your whole life (infographic)

10th January 2018
Tallents Solicitors will be here for you, no matter what life throws at you. We truly hope all goes well, but when you do need legal help, or maybe your family or business does, then you can rely on us to be here for you. We are more than just a legal firm. We are more than just solicitors. Our clients… Read more

The National Living Wage – what it means for employees and employers

30th March 2016
April 2016 will see further employment law reform with the introduction of the National Living Wage. Janine Lawton, employment lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark looks at the key implications for employees and employers. Says Janine: “The National Living Wage will be compulsory across the UK, with the first stage being introduced in April 2016. “There are currently four categories… Read more

National Minimum Wage changes effective from 1st Oct 2015

30th September 2015
National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2015 Take note employers in Newark, Southwell and Mansfield – the National Minimum Wage is increasing with effect from 1st October 2015, says employment lawyer, Janine Lawton. The minimum wage is increased for adults aged 21 years or older, 18-20 year olds, and 16-17 year olds. It is further increased for apprentices who are either under… Read more

Right to request flexible working extended

27th June 2014
Flexible working arrangements come in many forms and can relate to the location, hours and time of work. Common examples include working from home, part-time working, flexi-time, compressed hours, job sharing and shift working. Under the current rules, the right to request flexible working is limited to those with children under the age of 17 (or 18 if the child… Read more

Jury Service – a guide for employers

6th December 2012
More than 400,000 people are randomly summoned for compulsory jury service in the UK each year. Jury service usually lasts up to two weeks and losing an employee for this length of time can be very inconvenient for both colleagues and employers. (more…) Read more