With the festivities soon to be in full swing, too many employers will be letting their guard as well as their hair down this Christmas. The aftermath of the office party can be open season for employment claims. In legal terms, no other time of year should come with quite so many health-warnings. We set out some tips below to make sure your office festivities go like a dream – and not the nightmare before Christmas!
Whilst people are excited about the first snow fall of the year in many places across the UK this week, many employers will be dealing with the difficulties which this can cause and so we have set out some frequently asked questions and answers:
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Getting married abroad?
Q. I have recently got engaged and my fiancée wants us to get married abroad. My friends were telling me horror stories about marriages abroad, even saying that the wedding may not be recognised when I return to Wales. Am I being over anxious?
With the recent announcement of their engagement, and with the wedding set for May 2018, lots of changes have been taking place.
Meghan Markle has quit her job on Suits, moved to London and will even be baptised shortly into the Church of England before tying the knot next year.
One has to wonder whether they will also be considering a Prenuptial Agreement to protect the royal purse or indeed Meghan’s estimated net worth of $5m. (Wealthy Gorilla 2017).