22 January 2018
The death of a loved one is emotionally stressful. Ensuring that you have a valid will and testament in place to take care of your beneficiaries eliminates additional grief and confusion. However, that is exactly the risk you take if you die without having made a will.
Tags: Wills, Probate and Estate Management
04 December 2017
Employers like to thank their staff for the hard work and dedication shown over the year with a party. It’s also an opportunity to put away the spreadsheets and presentations for a moment and enjoy ...
23 November 2017
In today’s environment, with numerous electronic devices and communication among colleagues conducted to a large degree online, it can be difficult for companies to know just how to treat the increa...
01 November 2017
The right to privacy in the workplace is something that, up until now, could have been viewed as something of a grey area. How is privacy in the workplace defined? Where and when is it applicable? Wha...
23 October 2017
Unresolved conflict in personal relationships can damage a person’s physical and mental health as the issue drags out. It is not always possible for people to agree on everything, but reaching a res...
09 October 2017
Conflict can arise in professional situations as easily as it can in personal ones. Knowing how mediation can diffuse and resolve professional disputes goes a long way to ensuring your workplace remai...
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