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Don't stress over an extra celebration

The HR Dept’s Tracey Hudson looks at how an extra public holiday in 2022 will fit into business’ existing annual leave provision.

GPhC takes action against pharmacies over codeine linctus sales

Thirty-six pharmacy premises and a pharmacy professional were reined in.

Considering a business sale?

Get ahead of the game when selling up with solicitor Samuel Milne's tips

From CE to UKCA

New product marking rules are changing the landscape for manufacturers and retailers. Pharmacies would do well to understand the differences

Debunking employment myths

Two lawyers debunk their favourite urban myths when it comes to employment

Modernising healthcare regulation: time for change

Do new proposals for regulating health professionals make sense, given the learnings of the pandemic?

Looking for better lease terms?

Trainee solicitor Lauren Kelly and solicitor Jennifer Berritt look at how the Lease Code could help with a tricky lease renewal

Are more frequent tax payments in the pipeline?

Businesses could soon be required to pay tax more often - maybe even monthly

NHS angle can affect how pharmacies change hands

When it comes to buying and selling a business, pharmacies can be a bit different. 

Clear procedures vital to managing disciplinary action

For disciplinary action to be successful, employers need clearly defined disciplinary procedures, and then follow them. 

A tale of workloads, contracts and discrimination

It’s well known that workload can cause stress, but to what extent are employers liable when an employee suffers?

Lessons from enforcement action in online sales

Press stories alleging pharmacists are inappropriately selling medicines online don't seem to want to go away

Boots settles for 6 figures with asbestos cancer sufferer

Boots UK has reached a six-figure settlement with a former supervisor who has terminal cancer after being exposed to asbestos in the 1970s.

Key thoughts on buying a pharmacy

When buying a pharmacy, the choice of a share or asset transaction will dictate the rest of the process. 

Mistaking holiday entitlements can prove costly

Getting holiday pay right can be a headache, especially if you are confused about what to include or how to calculate what's due

Employee with a conviction?

Non-disclosure of a criminal conviction is not grounds for dismissal.

Buyers (and sellers) beware

The Landlord and Tenant Act has traps for those looking to buy or sell a pharmacy property

Boots facing lawsuits over unpaid lockdown rent

Boots UK is facing multiple lawsuits from landlords over allegedly refusing to pay rents at some of its stores during the Covid-19 lockdown.

GPhC gains extension of suspension order in FtP case

Case follows another in July where extension to suspension order was not granted.

Planning permission for new pharmacies explained

Legal director Claire Timmings and associate Dan Murphy simplify the process

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