Welcome to “The Guardian Scheme” courtesy of Peter Lynn and Partners…
Running a business on a day to day basis is hard enough for any business owner, without the added worry of complex legal issues and potential challenges thrown up by employees.
Larger organisations employing 250 people or more normally have in situ a team of HR experts to deal with day to day employment issues, but SME’s who employ numbers below that figure probably have to consider the alternatives because of the costs associated with employing highly skilled professionals.
Peter Lynn and Partners recognise this problem, hence the introduction of the bespoke “Guardian Scheme” specifically tailored for SME’s employing below 200 people.
The Guardian scheme is quite unique and is designed to make the business stronger and save the business owner money.
It provides an array of business solutions to complex subjects such as recruitment, employment contracts, HR training and claims. Peter Lynn…
Melanie is delighted to have been invited to speak about TREAT Trust at the Introbiz Networking Event on 3rd August 2011 at Cafe TwoCann in Swansea.
Mel’s story is moving & inspirational and during this 15 minute keynote Mel relives her story and her on-going determination to deliver a 15 miliion pound Treatment and Rehabilitation facility at Swansea’s Morriston Hospital. Mel talks aboout her own life threatening experiences and what motivated her to re-build her life not once but twice, whilst remaining focused on her commitment to provide a world class facility for those in need. Melanie is a remarkable…
Remember this headline?
“Fire crews warn Swansea tyre blaze could burn for weeks”
The former Mettoys factory fire in Fforestfach, Swansea was the feature of a BBC News bulletin in June 2011, which described in detail conditions at the burning tyre storage facility in Swansea.
On the 8th of July the fire was finally extinguished, but the impact on local residents, taxpayers and indeed businesses was devastating.
Recent council forecasts predict a bill for tackling the fire in excess of 2 million pounds, which the Swansea Taxpayer will have to fund!
These are shocking headlines and depressing reading at a time when the economy…
Stuart Atherton, Partner at Peter Lynn & Partners, will be hosting an Employment Law Workshop with specific reference to The Guardian Scheme.
It is organized by Introbiz Business Network and takes place on 31st August 2011 at 3.30pm in Cafe TwoCann.
To register email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Hayley at The Peter Lynn Office : 01792 450010
Sophie Pincott, just like Practice Founder Peter Lynn himself brings unique local knowledge to the Morriston branch of Peter Lynn & Partners. Born and raised in Morriston, Sophie attended Pontarddulais Comprehensive School and Gorseinon College before studying at the College of Law in Guildford.
“Understanding the local community and their needs is what makes Peter Lynn Solicitors unique in Morriston” explains Sophie. “Recruiting experienced and qualified employees to our rapidly expanding team is critical to service the demands of our clients in all areas of law. This includes family matters, conveyancing, wills & probate plus commercial and employment matters.
According to one of South Wales’ leading business and commercial lawyers there are 4 Critical considerations that all business owners and CEO’s should be asking themselves in these difficult and uncertain economic times; Peter Lynn speaks from personal experience, when he says:
- “Take a look at the financial structure of the business; ensure good working capital is in place, if necessary tied into long term loans with the lowest possible interest rates that cannot be re-negotiated upwards – and avoid overdrafts!”
- “Ensure that the business has multiple revenue & income streams that protect the business when certain sectors or markets are…
All legal work can be stressful for the Client, but conveyancing is probably the area that impinges on more people than any other. So often, it seems to take longer than it should to carry out all the work involved. In most cases, searches and the rest should be completed within a week.