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Dementia Action Week 2019

Dementia Action Week 2019

  This week is Dementia Action Week and it was amazing for #TeamCartmells to get involved in our local communities and show support. It is important for us, as businesses, to make ourselves more accessible to those living with dementia and to help shape a wider community that strives to be more inclusive to those […]

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Cartmell Shepherd replaces incumbent systems with Proclaim Practice Management solution to enhance efficiencies firm-wide

Cartmell Shepherd replaces incumbent systems with Proclaim Practice Management solution to enhance efficiencies firm-wide

We are in the news this week!  Eclipse Legal Systems have written an article about the new legal software we are installing. Cartmells’ Practice Manager, Scott Garson talks about why we chose Proclaim Practise Management to take our productivity to the next level.    Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, has […]

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Female administrator paid 15% less than her male replacement

Female administrator paid 15% less than her male replacement

By Joanne Stronach Head of Employment & HR The Employment Tribunal has ruled that a female finance administrator was discriminated against when her male replacement was paid £3,500 more than her. The case involved Mrs J Broom, who had been employed in various roles by Alternative Care Ltd for nearly two years. At the time […]

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Judge orders homeowner to pay builder in full for repair work

Judge orders homeowner to pay builder in full for repair work

By Laura Bright Solicitor The High Court has ordered a homeowner to pay the full cost of repair work carried out on his property by a building company. The court heard that the homeowner, Sylvein Pinto, had asked ICCT Ltd to stop leaks in his basement. The work was not paid for so ICCT took […]

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Headmaster told disabled teaching assistant: ‘I can do what I like’

Headmaster told disabled teaching assistant: ‘I can do what I like’

By Joanne Stronach Head of Employment & HR A teaching assistant was discriminated against by her employer, who did not take the necessary steps to allow her to work in comfort with her disability. That was the decision of the Employment Tribunal in a case involving an assistant who worked at Aycliffe Village Primary School […]

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