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Following the government’s announcement regarding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions Gullands have decided to continue with the precautions already in place. Therefore social distancing, temperature screening and hand sanitising measures will remain in place for the time being and we would respectfully ask all visitors to continue to wear a face covering unless exempt. Some of our employees will continue to work from home but face to face meetings can be arranged. As always if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 we would ask you not to come in and to follow government isolation guidelines. Attendance at our Gravesend office can take place by prior appointment only.  All our staff remain fully contactable by email and telephone.  We are grateful for your patience during these difficult times and remain committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff alike.

  • Wednesday 29th June 2022

    History Tour

    The Gullands’ Gravesend office hosted a walking history tour of the town for local business leaders on 28th June, led by local historian Christoph Bull. Gravesend has a fascinating history which many people may miss if rushing about their daily lives, so taking to the town on foot when the ...

  • Monday 27th June 2022

    Calling time on drinking in the workplace

    The issue of drinking in the workplace has been in the media spotlight for much of this year following the ‘partygate scandal’ and the subsequent publication of the Sue Gray report on the activities that took place in Downing Street during the pandemic. It also highlights how for some, ...

  • Monday 27th June 2022

    Employment tribunal ruling on male baldness

    An employment tribunal has recently ruled that it is sex-related harassment to call a man bald, as hair loss is more prevalent among men than women, therefore using it to describe someone is a form of sex-related harassment. The case was successfully brought by Tony Finn who had worked for ...

  • Monday 27th June 2022

    Summer holiday woes and employees stranded oversees

    Whilst the world has post Covid opened for travel, it is taking airlines and airport operators much longer than expected to catch up with the surge in demand. As we have seen recently over the half term break, many people have been left stranded overseas due to flight cancellations and delays ...

  • Monday 27th June 2022

    Employing younger workers

    With it getting harder for many businesses to fill temporary and seasonal roles, some employers might be considering employing younger people in the workplace to fill the shortfall. It is possible to employ workers in the UK from the age of 13 where limits on working time, work during term ...

  • Monday 27th June 2022

    Working smarter, not harder

    Could your business operate as successfully or even more so, by adopting a four day working week? Around 70 businesses in the UK with a combined workforce of about 3,000 are currently taking part in the world’s largest working hours’ pilot scheme over the next six months. ...

  • Tuesday 21st June 2022

    Gullands LLP & PHSC Co Host H&S Seminar - 12th July 2022


  • Monday 20th June 2022

    The healing (and fundraising) power of cycling

    The healing (and fundraising) power of cycling Help for Heroes’ largest individual fundraiser Steve Craddock who has raised over £500k for the charity takes to his bike once again for Cycle4Heroes on Saturday 25 June (also Armed Forces Day) and here at Gullands we are ...

  • Wednesday 15th June 2022

    20 year legal fight following council food conviction

    In a rare legal case, a former publican from Northamptonshire who was wrongly jailed, successfully cleared his name after a 20 year battle and also won £4m damages from North Northamptonshire Council. The High Court case was brought by Dr Geoffrey Monks against East Northamptonshire ...

  • Wednesday 15th June 2022

    Making way for the next generation

    Applications are now open to farmers in England for a new Lump Sum Exit Scheme. Those eligible have until midnight on 30 September 2022 to apply. So how should farmers plan for their exit. This new scheme was initially billed as a retirement scheme but it is open to applicants who want ...

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