Settlement agreements

What is a settlement agreement?

A settlement agreement (formerly known as a compromise agreement) is a formal and legally binding agreement made between an employer and an employee (or ex-employee as the case may be) under which an en employee agrees not to pursue any claims in relation to his or her employment or its termination in return for a financial settlement. Continue reading

Employee Ownership – Engaging or Alienating?

At London Registrars (http://www.london-registrars.co.uk/) we offer company secretarial services, company formations, company compliance advice and implementation as well as company secretarial audit services and a whole host of business critical support solutions. And all of our specialists, from paralegals to accountants and from bookkeepers to administrators, not only care about our clients but care about our company and as a team that works so closely together we are lucky to have such talented and dedicated staff. Continue reading

1.3 Million Employers Affected by Auto-Enrolment Pensions

The biggest shake-up in pension reform for generations will affect 1.3 million employers in the UK. The auto-enrolment scheme will put the onus on employers to contribute to pensions on behalf of their staff, whether they are a multi-national corporation or an employer of just one member of staff, reports corporate support and company compliance advisers London Registrars (http://www.london-registrars.co.uk/). Continue reading

Ensure your Company Compliance with the Bribery Act with the Help of London Registrars

The Bribery Act has been in effect for nearly a year but many companies still are unclear about its impact on their business and what they should be doing in accordance with it. London Registrars (http://www.london-registrars.co.uk/) helps ensure company compliance with the Bribery Act by advising on how the Act affects issues such as policies, contracts, recruitment and disciplinary procedures. Continue reading

Important Changes to Whistle-blower Legislation

Recently a number of whistle-blowers have turned to the press to raise concerns of malpractice within their organisations. This illustrates the need for businesses and other public bodies to have a clear and effective whistleblowing policy that allows employees, contractors and other stakeholders to raise concerns internally without being ignored or suffering reprisals.  A whistle-blowing policy will only serve its purpose if kept up to date and in line with statutory regulation. Continue reading

How can your Company Benefit from using London Registrars?

London Registrars (http://www.london-registrars.co.uk/) is one of the top corporate and legal support firms in the Greater London area, offering a wide range of services, from acting as process agent in the UK for overseas firms to company secretarial services for PLCs, LTDs, LLPs, NHS Trusts and Housing Associations. Here is a guide as to how your company can benefit from using the services of London Registrars. Continue reading