As a business owner, you’ll likely be comfortable and confident concerning commercial contracts. The ability to negotiate, agree and adhere to the terms of an agreement will be fundamental to your business’s continued growth and success.
You need to be aware of the raft of rules, regulations, and laws which govern all aspects of running a business in the UK – from employing people, to being a company director.
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In this article, we look at five areas of commercials you should check before signing to stand you in good stead regardless of the subject matter or the scale of the document.
Where do you stand legally if you have outstanding contracts that you cannot fulfil through no fault of your own, or have contracts with others for the supply of goods or services which they cannot fulfil?
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As a small business owner, your legal responsibilities when taking on staff can be somewhat daunting but with a little help you can soon get your head around what’s needed.
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Company reviews left on websites such as Glassdoor and Indeed can be a great way for your organisation to build a positive reputation and help in efforts to recruit new talent.
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When running your business, there may be times when you’ll need to obtain legal advice. Quite often, a solicitor will be called upon to review a contract, or to provide a legal opinion on a wide variety of business issues.
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The GDPR gives people more control over their personal information and requires organisations to clarify exactly where Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is stored – and how it is used.
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