ILR Requirements to Settle in the UK

If you have been in the UK for a qualifying period in an immigration category that leads to settlement, you may be eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). With ILR status, you no longer have any conditions on your stay in the UK and you can work, study or engage in business […]

Breach of Employment Contract 

If an employer or employee breaks or fails to meet terms under the employment contract, they may be in breach of the employment contract. Breach of an employment contract can include anything from relatively minor breaches, such as an employer’s failure to pay an employee’s expenses on the correct date, to fundamental breaches of contract […]

Nepotism at Work: Hiring Family & Friends

Workplace nepotism is not in itself, against the law, unless other issues such as conflicts of interest arise. However, that’s not to say that it is always a good thing. When people are hired solely on the basis of their relationship or connection to someone already in the organisation, it can be highly demoralising for […]

Religious Worker Visa (Temporary Work) Guide

The Religious Worker visa is a Temporary UK Worker Visa for overseas nationals to work as visiting religious workers, in a non-pastoral role or religious order. Replacing the previous T5 (Temporary Worker) Religious Visa, it allows the individual to work in the UK for up to 2 years. The following guide to the Religious Worker visa […]

Cross Cultural Management in Remote, Global Teams

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With remote working increasingly being adopted across borders, it is becoming important for employers to manage cultural differences positively, to enhance performance and collaboration, while reducing conflict and misunderstanding. Managing a business comprised of employees from multiple different cultural backgrounds can be challenging, with a number of considerations on both an individual and organisational level. […]