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New rules demanding firms recalculate holiday pay to take into account non-voluntary overtime ‘need to be taken very seriously’ by the profession, according to former RIBA president Angela Brady.
Manchester-based heavyweight Ian Simpson Architects (ISA) is set for a major rebrand - finally adding the name of its joint co-founder Rachel Haugh over the door
Architecture firms are facing a shortage of skilled candidates in key areas as the number of unemployed architects fell to its lowest level since before the Credit Crunch
Shirley Waldron, associate partner at GIA, looks at whether you have the right to go onto your neighbour’s land during the construction process
Employment lawyer, Roger Byard, looks at a recent age discrimination case heard at the Employment Appeal Tribunal and considers what the outcome means for partnerships
Jamie Gwilliam’s best of the web this month
With a booming middle class and a healthy holiday market, Brazil’s strong economy offers British architects scope for new sports, housing and leisure work, writes Greg Pitcher