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Confiscation Proceedings Need Not Always Take Your House Away!

21st February 2012
The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 has meant that confiscation proceedings are much more routinely brought these days for all manner of crimes. Now the Crown can assume that everything you have and everything that went through your bank accounts over the last... Read >
Author: Mark Jenner

Workplace grievances – a waste of time?

19th August 2011
For my sins, I have had to chair a number of grievance and grievance appeal meetings recently. It has been a draining and depressing experience. It is quite right that employees should be able to raise a genuine concern about work and breaches of stat... Read >
Author: KateRussell

Workplace investigations: monitoring email and internet usage

19th February 2011
Part and parcel of managing people is getting involved in the disciplinary process. The most common concern relates to poor work performance, where an employee can’t meet the organisation’s reasonable requirements. Misconduct arises where an employee ... Read >
Author: KateRussell

All About Angular Cheilitis Treatments~Angular Cheilitis Treatments Revealed

17th December 2010
A lot of people suffer from angular cheilitis and do not even know it. They suffer from the sore mouth and chapped lips in silence as they do not know that there is a cure for their problem. Let us answer two questions; "What is angular cheilitis?" and "W... Read >
Author: GertDemsky

Element of a Breach of Contract Lawsuit

31st May 2010
Breach of contract lawsuits and litigation are the recurring business disputes for a business or property owner. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can do all the terms and condition... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

Benefits of Data Encryption Software

14th April 2010
Data encryption is one of the techniques to password protect your confidential information in such a way that it cannot be viewed and accessed by any unauthorized person. This is because encryption algorithm transforms your data or information into a scri... Read >
Author: Alexia Simon

Contracts Examples Are Always Seen In Your Everyday Life

02nd March 2010
Contract examples can be found online or in documentation in public libraries. You can use a contract example to base your contract on. Contracts are legal binding agreements that are enforceable in courts of law. Contracts are exchanges of promises a... Read >
Author: John Petersons

The Importance of Background Checks in Recruitment

02nd February 2010
Conducting a comprehensive pre-employment process is becoming increasingly important for most employers. Ensuring that potential employees have the qualifications that they claim, are medically fit for a role, have the right employment history and do not ... Read >
Author: Nate Wood

electronic theft protection rfid

27th November 2009
Card Identity Theft Protection- Protecting Yourself from ThievesIn a world where technology has taken over and everything has become so virtual and computer-based, identity theft and privacy breaches are more common than many people might realize. It's no... Read >
Author: Katharine Will

The Five Percent Rule of Self Managed Superannuation Funds

26th November 2009
Self managed superannuation funds are deemed by the government to be for your retirement only. There are strict rules that will be enforced for becoming non-compliant. But that does not mean that you cannot use your fund to help your business. To ensur... Read >
Author: Mel C

Breach of Contract

28th July 2009
Breach of contract happens quite often. Two or more parties enter into a good faith arrangement and during their relationship, one or more decide(s) for whatever non-legally valid reason not to hold up their end of the bargain. A few types of breaches are... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson
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