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15 June 2017 0 Comments Posted in Employment, Opinion

Are multiple choice tests discriminatory?

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In May, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld the decision of an Employment Tribunal – that a job applicant with Asperger’s suffered indirect disability discrimination when she had to complete a multiple choice test after the prospective employer had failed to make reasonable adjustments.

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11 November 2015 0 Comments Posted in Careers, Opinion

Trainees’ five top tips for attending a law fair

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The first time I crossed paths with Royds Withy King was while attending my university law fair as an undergraduate. First impressions count and this encounter lead to me later securing a paralegal role with the firm. I am now a trainee and offering to share my top tips for attending a law fair.

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Have you been mis-sold an Endowment Mortgage?

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Hundreds of thousands of people across the UK have been financially affected by mis-selling scandals such as private endowment mortgages. In some cases customers affected could be awarded compensation and see the bank penalised with fines.

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The risks of re-mortgaging to invest abroad

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Fresh warnings are in place for investors considering re-mortgaging their homes to fund investments in overseas developments.

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