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Businesses are being given detailed guidance on how the latest updates to the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will affect them.
Shrewsbury man paralysed in climbing accident launches fundraising campaign for lifechanging equipment
A Shrewsbury man paralysed in a climbing accident four years ago has launched a £3,000 fundraising campaign for a vital piece of equipment which he says would change his life.
Planning authorities need to be careful that people do not miss the chance to have their say on applications affecting them or their homes, a planning expert said today.
A group of lawyers and planning experts from Shropshire and North Wales have raised more than £2,000 for charity by completing a ‘Round Wales Walk’ - despite never leaving their own neighbourhoods.
A Shropshire law firm has once again been nominated for a prestigious national award - a ceremony which will be held virtually this year because of the coronavirus crisis.
Staff at a Shropshire law firm have been doing their bit to help raise money for charity as part of a national campaign - with even a flock of sheep getting in on the act.
A Shropshire law firm is celebrating after four solicitors were nominated for a place in the latest edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom guide.
More details have been issued for businesses regarding statutory sick pay and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - with lawyers in Shropshire publishing their own briefing notes to help employers.
Employment law experts have welcomed the latest government measures to pay up to 80 per cent of employees’ wages - describing them as a “game changer”.
A Shropshire law firm is using its website to provide a “constantly evolving” source of advice to businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
A quiz night hosted by a law firm has raised nearly £1,500 to benefit a Shropshire support group.
Business owners worrying about how to deal with staff absence due to the coronavirus outbreak are being invited to a seminar with employment law experts.