Murrell Associates boosts its property offering with the appointment of David Williams as a Partner.

19th August 2021

Murrell Associates boosts its property offering with the appointment of David Williams as a Partner.   Niche commercial law firm Murrell Associates has appointed David Williams to their growing partnership. Previously part of Foot Anstey’s real estate team, David brings … Continue reading


How can you support LGBTQ+ employees in the workplace?

16th June 2021

How can you support LGBTQ+  employees in the workplace? The CIPD’s Inclusion at Work* research,  which came out earlier this year, reported that LGBTQ+ employees are more likely to experience workplace conflict and harassment than their heterosexual counterparts. 40% of … Continue reading


Cornish Marine Renewables Business Completes Multi-National £2M Capital Raise

11th June 2021

Murrell Associates are pleased to advise Inyanga Marine Projects on this Investment.  Penryn-headquartered Inyanga Marine Projects has completed a £2m capital raise comprising a minority £0.8m equity investment backed by the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Investment Fund (CIOSIF) and £1.25m debt … Continue reading


Agile vs flexible working

28th May 2021

Agile VS Flexible Working – What’s the difference?  We all hear a great deal about flexible working and how it has become more commonplace, especially given recent events (global pandemics for example!). But less so, agile working…what actually is the … Continue reading


Menopause and the workplace – what can you do?

13th May 2021

Around half of women say they find work difficult due to the menopause. Whilst conversation about, and awareness of, the menopause is growing, what can employers practically implement within their workplaces to help support their staff?   What is the … Continue reading


Stress awareness month: Five tips for managing stress at work

26th April 2021

“To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace” We have never lived in more uncertain times and for most, uncertainty breeds stress and anxiety.  In addition, the way we work has shifted and so has our … Continue reading


How do you solve a problem like… Piers

29th March 2021

Following ‘that’ interview the drama continued with Piers Morgan taking exception to being called out on his behaviour.  It culminated in him picking up his football and stomping off home.  Although this particular incident hit the headlines because of who … Continue reading


HR(H) and the Palace

18th March 2021

In 2019 Buckingham Palace advertised a vacancy within the Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office for that of HR Manager. The blurb claimed that “No two days will be the same and you’ll face complex challenges.” I wonder if, at that … Continue reading


Returning to the workplace after ‘Stay at Home’ Order

8th March 2021

Following the unveiling of the roadmap out of this lockdown and even looking ahead to a return to some semblance of normality, including moving back to the physical workplace, it is worth taking time now to consider your obligations as … Continue reading


Looking ahead through 2021

8th March 2021

2020 was a year like no other as the global pandemic exploded and changed our world. We were introduced to the concepts of lockdown, furlough, ‘eat out to help out’, rapid flow testing and working from home was no longer … Continue reading