Award winning law firm Jacksons, continues with its plans for growth as it announces a range of new job opportunities in its Stockton office.
North East law firm Jacksons’ new build team continues to expand with the recruitment of two property experts as the housing marketing remains buoyant.
Jacksons has seen a number of its staff complete their apprenticeship qualifications and have subsequently been offered a full-time role at the firm’s Teesside head office.
The Corporate and Commercial team at Jacksons Law Firm recently supported Teesside based Crime Scene Assist with the roll-out of their new forensic awareness app, Crime Scene Assistant.
The Coronavirus pandemic lockdown measures have resulted in significant numbers of UK business having to temporarily close down or drastically reduce their operation.
One of the employment side-effects of coronavirus has been a change to the rules governing the carrying forward of annual leave. In certain circumstances, a worker can carry forward up to 4 weeks holiday entitlement into the next two leave years.
Covid 19 has had a negative impact on several industries and commercial property landlords have had to adapt.
For many of us, the recent weeks have brought some semblance of good news in one form or another: Joe Biden winning the US election, Pfizer, Moderna and now Oxford University/AtraZeneca developing effective coronavirus vaccines, and the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
North East Charity, Teesside Hospice, recently made the decision to press ahead with its expansion plans despite uncertainty within the sector.
I wrote a blog a few weeks ago when, I explored the options available to couples whose weddings had been delayed due to the first lockdown, and with lockdown 2 now upon us and weddings once again out of the question until at least 2nd December, it is important to be aware of the lesser known impacts
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