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At Harper Macleod we're lucky to have Paralympian Samantha ‘Sammi’ Kinghorn as our Athlete Ambassador. Sammi was selected for the World Para Athletics Championships, which take place in London from July 14-23. Here, she reflects on what it's like to be looked on as a real contender, and her relationship with super-roomie Hannah Cockroft, and prospects for London.
The Scottish EDGE Final never fails to disappoint and Round 10 was no different. The crowds packed into the Gogarburn Conference Centre to hear pitches from some of Scotland's best entrepreneurial talent.
We're lucky to have Paralympian Samantha ‘Sammi’ Kinghorn as our Athlete Ambassador. In the lead up to being selected for this summer's World Para Athletics Championships in London, Sammi smashed the 200m world record. Here she takes us through the race which gave her the first world best of her career, as well as the events before and after which created a memory she'll never forget.
The question of whether employees whose role sees carry out sleep-in, on-call shifts at a place of work, are entitled to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is an ongoing concern for many employers, particularly in the care and housing sectors. A recent case heard at an Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether such employees were entitled to the NMW for the full duration of the night, or only when they are awake and carrying out relevant duties.