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HMCTS proposals for a flexible operating hours pilot raises more concerns than solutions

04 August 2017

Speed, ease and efficiency are laudable objectives for the court system in England and Wales, but current proposals for a flexible operating hours pilot raise far more concerns than solutions. When the plan to pilot extended court opening hours was first announced in May, the Law Society warned HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) that the scheme could heap more pressure on an already fragile system.

Winter Blues: what to do about it

02 November 2016

As British summertime officially ends, some of us may be feeling as gloomy as the weather. Karen Jackson looks at Seasonal Affective Disorder, what you can do if you have it and how employers should support those affected.

16 practical tips to improve your internal communications

26 August 2016

Rachel Brushfield explains the role that effective internal communication plays in building employee engagement, and provides a host of tips for employers.

Changing places: tips for coming back to a merger

24 February 2016

Vanessa Friend reflects on two life changes in one year, and provides some tips for other women in similar situations.

Managing and retaining talent in today's climate

30 July 2015

Julie Nicholds discusses the steps you can take to identify, manage and retain the talent in your business.

Welcome to our blog

08 July 2015

Welcome to our new blog. Our staff and wider networks have a wealth of knowledge about specialist topics that we’re going to showcase here. Through the frequent provision of useful and concise information, advice and commentary, we hope to support our members’ everyday legal practice and their professional life.

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