Should overtime worked on a voluntary basis be included in holiday pay calculations. A recent case has looked again at this recurring issues, but employers still need to be careful when making their calculations.
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“Franchising is one long conversation, chequered by disputes”. If Robert Louis Stevenson had pursued a career in the franchising industry, rather than becoming a poet and novelist, he may have penned these words. Stevenson was, in fact, referring to “marriage” but there are numerous similarities between the two relationships.
Making a profit might not be the only reason for a Franchisee selling their business. The Franchisee might be looking to retire, relocate, pursue other business interests or they might simply have realised that the business they chose is no longer for them. The best exit for such a franchisee is to sell their business as a “Franchise Resale”, but who do they sell it to?
A panel of expert speakers in the field of family creation gathered before an audience of legal professionals, academics and other professionals to consider the legal implications of the creation of modern families in today's society at the offices of Harper Macleod.
After weeks of intensive pitching for all of the businesses involved, Scottish EDGE 14 returned one final time last Thursday night to reveal which businesses had made the cut to take home a slice of the hugely sought-after £1 million plus prize fund on offer.