Archive: Jun 2014


  • Premier Legal attend the DNCC President’s Summer Reception

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    Sarah Robinson and Karen Murrin attended the President’s summer reception on Tuesday 24th June 2014 at the Priesthouse Hotel, Castle Donnington. The event was held to celebrate with and thank those who had been members of the Chamber for 5 years or more. Sarah Robinson the Managing Partner of Premier Legal joined the Chamber shortly after setting […]


  • Zero Hours Contracts

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    The government has announced plans to reform zero hours contracts by banning exclusivity clauses. Presently some employers insist that employees on zero hours contracts have no other employment even if they are not being offered work. The Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has said that such a practice will be outlawed and employees will be free […]


  • Sarah Robinson and Natalie Thomson attend the NPS Event at the Contemporary

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    NPS Event 18th June 2014 Sarah Robinson and Natalie Thomson attended the second Nottingham Professional Services event at the Contemporary. It was a event organised by Blusource and had close to 90 attendees. Those who attended celebrated the Future of Nottingham with Councillor Nick MacDonald and Chris Tollady from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. […]


  • Premier Legal attend Nottingham Post Business Awards

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    Sarah Robinson and Natalie Thompson attended the 2014 Nottingham Post Business Awards on 1st May at the East Midlands Conference Centre. They were joined on their table by the team from Absolute Design, who were nominated for the Creative Industries Business of the Year Award, and also by the team from Chinook Energy, winners of […]


  • Named and Shamed – National Minimum Wage

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    As promised the Government has named and shamed 25 employers who have failed to pay the national minimum wage (NMW). This is a list that no business wants to feature in and one that will, no doubt, damage the businesses’ reputations. There are very few exceptions to the need to pay at least the NMW […]