TAYMAR LIMERICK, a member of Medivet’s nurse committee, who has worked with the group for five years, shares her experiences in being a part of this initiative – and how it’s helping her pursue the career she wants, not the career she’s expected to.
Newly qualified veterinarian GEORGIA ROBB explains why she set her sights on becoming a vet almost 10 years ago, and what it’s like to have achieved her dream, as she starts her new job at Pennard Vets’ Sevenoaks practice.
TINA CHANDER, head of employment law at Wright Hassall LLP, discusses the rights of employees who have suffered a loss and the employer’s responsibilities when it comes to managing compassionate leave.
Following a change in Government rules, Walker Morris LLP’s director and head of business immigration, SHABANA MUNEER, and associate RUTH JOWETT explain how bosses should ensure staff can work in the UK.
Although recent COVID-19 case numbers indicate the pandemic has slowed, some people are suffering from the disease’s long-term effects. ALEXANDRA FARMER, head of team and solicitor at WorkNest, discusses the steps bosses should take if an employee believes they have the condition.
Pregnancy in the workplace is a run-of-the-mill occurrence, but not everyone understands the laws around it. Paula Chan, partner at Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP, and Emily Plosker, managing associate at the same firm, look at more areas that may concern employers and employees in the second of a two-part series.