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Cherington HR December Newsletter – From Lockdown to Tiers

Posted: 16th December 2020

By: Helen Astill

Welcome to this edition of the Cherington HR Newsletter.  Those of us in England are about to come out of Lockdown II into something that looks very much like another…

Oh No, not another Covid19 Newsletter from Cherington HR!

Posted: 15th April 2020

By: Helen Astill

I’m afraid so!  I had hoped that I could return to producing monthly newsletters but over the Easter break the government has published yet another update to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme…

Latest Employment News for Small Businesses

Posted: 8th January 2018

There’s always lots of changes to keep an eye on when you are managing people – this is a short summary rounding up relevant law changes and employment information for…

Common food safety mistakes made by a growing food and drink business.

Posted: 12th December 2017

You have a food and drink business producing brilliant products and this is the year to grow. You have identified the people in your target marketplaces (such as retailers) and…

Do you rent out property to tenants?

Posted: 31st January 2017

By: Tessa Shepperson

If so – are you SURE you are complying with all the rules?  It sounds like an easy way to make money, and if you do it properly it is,…

What is the Best Legal Status for my Business?

Posted: 1st December 2016

By: Sandra Garlick MBE

So, you’ve had the great idea and now you actually want to start a business of your own. The problem is: What next? Well there is a very long list…

Sorting out finances on divorce

Posted: 11th October 2016

By: Helen Jackson

The Family Justice Council has issued guidance for litigants in person. With Legal aid no longer available to most people, even those on very low incomes, more & people have…

Guide to Trademarks

Posted: 11th May 2015

WIRE members regularly ask for advice on how they can make sure that no one “rips off” their business and their hard work by using their name or logo. The…


Posted: 9th February 2015

WIRE member and Financial Advisor Janet Gee says that the new pension arrangements, which come into force in April 2015, represent one of the biggest changes to financial planning in…