Food and Drink Sector Spring Breakfast Seminar – Postponed

9th March 2020

Update –  Monday 9th March 2020Given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to postpone this event. Attendees who had booked a place have been emailed regarding the event postponement. We will publish details of … Continue reading

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So you are buying a pub?

22nd January 2020

The decline in the number of pubs over the last decade has been well publicised but encouragingly, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has recently published figures which show that the number of pubs has increased for the first time … Continue reading

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Can you be fired for talking about politics at work?

5th December 2019

So, the general election is happening next week.  Many people have very different views.  Some people are keen to express their views; others would prefer to keep their politics private.  There are even a few who would prefer not to … Continue reading

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Next People Management Breakfast Forum confirmed on topic of performance management

8th November 2019

Our popular People Management Breakfast Forums continue. The second in the series will take place on Wednesday 22nd January and will focus on the topic of “Performance management and the art of difficult conversations”. The forums are led my our employment … Continue reading

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Shelly’s Speed Hillclimb Adventures

4th September 2019

During the week Shelly Deacon is an Accounts Manager at corporate and commercial solicitors, Murrell Associates, based in Truro. However, in her spare time, she has a passion for motorsport, and has been competing at speed events for the past … Continue reading

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Mergers and Acquisitions Breakfast Seminar

23rd September 2019

As part of the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Festival of Business, Henry Maples, partner Murrell Associates will be holding a seminar on Tuesday 29th October focusing on the topic of mergers and acquisitions. The seminar will cover negotiating the sale … Continue reading

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Could your business do with a legal health check?

28th August 2019

The law is constantly changing. Keeping up to date with this and its impact on your business can be a challenge, even without more seismic changes such as the relatively recent GDPR legislation. Perhaps you have concerns that some legal … Continue reading

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Avoiding sexual harassment claims – 3 tips for managing relationships at work

22nd July 2019

Relationships at work happen. Recently the #metoo movement has thrown sexual harassment at work into the spotlight. As one of the instances in which employers can be liable for the actions of staff, business owners will be understandably anxious to … Continue reading

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Employer Guides: Should disciplinary and grievance meetings be recorded?

18th June 2019

Employment law specialist, Melanie Rowe, discusses the pros and cons of recording disciplinary and grievance meetings and gives her top 5 tips on how best to handle them. Continue reading

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Buying and selling a small business: What to expect and how to prepare

3rd June 2019

Whether you are selling a business that you have developed and worked hard at, or you are embarking on a new venture or lifestyle change, you should make sure that you are fully prepared and protected. Most small business transfers … Continue reading

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