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Expense Sharing Agreements

16 Apr 2018 By Rebecca Wilding

No matter the working relationship between dentists within a practice, it is always advisable to have a formal agreement drawn up. In some cases, practitioners choose to set up an expense sharing agreement as an alternative to a ‘traditional’...

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How are you dealing with ‘bad attitude’ of an employee?

04 Apr 2018 By Ben Williams

Your employee is not pulling in the same direction as the business, it is affecting the morale of the rest of the team, with their bad attitude towards patients and colleagues.

The difficulty is whether this is misconduct or an issue of whether the...

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A look at the Spring Statement & some other points for thought.

27 Mar 2018 By Ben Williams

Spring Statement 2018

On the whole this was a relatively low key statement in respect of employment law as the government probably have a focus on proposals they have accepted and will take forward from the Taylor Review (their response to the...

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Employment Law Considerations

13 Mar 2018 By Ben Williams

Are you dealing with Flexible Working Requests Properly?

Employers should be aware that they are required to consider a request from an employee for flexible working hours. A request of this nature must be made in writing, setting out details of the...

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Changes to the Ionising Radiation Regulations in 2018

26 Feb 2018 By Ray Goodman

Changes to the Ionising Radiation Regulations in 2018

Dental practitioners have an ever-increasing burden of compliance to shoulder. Included in the growing list of industry protocols that have to be followed are the latest Ionising Radiation...

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Zero-hour contracts: do they have a place in dental practices?

20 Feb 2018 By Ben Williams

Within employment law, the ‘zero-hour contract’ is one that is discussed by many and understood by few. The term has found its way onto an interesting news feature on channel 4 and into the manifestos of several political parties. Zero-hour...

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The 2017 Impact on Employment

12 Jan 2018 By Ben Williams

2017 was busy in the realms of employment law and the constant question of what Brexit means for employers and employees going forward. Here’s a round up what you need to know…

In the Employment Tribunal

Independent of the political backdrop, the...

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The Due Diligence Process in a Nutshell

18 Dec 2017 By Goodman Grant

 

What is the due diligence exercise?

 It is the investigatory part of a transaction, where the buyer gathers both operational and financial information about the business or company.The main purpose is to establish the business assets and...

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CQC Applications & DBS Checks

24 Nov 2017 By Rebecca Wilding

When applying to register with the CQC you must obtain a DBS check (formally a CRB check). DBS checks must be:-

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Why is due diligence so important?

20 Oct 2017 By Kate Beech

Due diligence is a phrase that is so often used by agents, solicitors and the like when it comes to buying and selling a dental practice, yet for many buyers and sellers it can sometimes be quite daunting to understand what due diligence is and why...

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