Employees who need time off to look after children or older relatives can be hard to accommodate in the busy retail sector. However, there are certain minimum allowances that must be made by law. Dentons partner Mark Hamilton explains employee rights when it comes to caring for dependants
Experts warn of challenging conditions
There is still time to submit your entry for the Scottish Grocer Awards 2019
While retailers continue to invest in food to go, Fife Creamery has expanded its own offer by opening a new training centre
When an employee’s bad behaviour goes too far and becomes a problem for the business, managers and owners tend to feel justified in dismissing for misconduct. However, even straightforward cases can lead to a tribunal .
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Advice on how to make the most of snacking .
Hot beverages highly valuable in the UK .
Quaker says hot cereals are the future for breakfast .
CCEP continues its cull of sugar
With 31 years and counting, there are few who know Border Biscuits like Elaine Bone. From school leaver to production manager, Elaine tracks the journey of a brand success story
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Classic brand still going strong at 90 years young
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