Coronavirus: Legal News Updates For Employers Articles
Brexit brings with it some important changes to employment law, immigration status, contracts and work visas. Here’s a quick summary to keep you on track.
Employment Law Round-Up – Key Changes and Developments You Might Have Missed in 2020 to do with employment
What can we expect to happen in 2021 for employment law and what's the impact of Brexit on employees and contracts? Our helpful Employment Law Timeline and Table of National Minimum Wage Rates summarises it all......
A Covid-19 vaccine brings several challenges for employers, not least how to bring employees back into the workplace safely without discrimination. Employment solicitor Sejal Patel sets out the main points and an 8-Step Action Checklist to help.
Rishi Sunak extends the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) until the end of April 2021. He previously ditched the Job Retention Bonus Scheme, making way for a new 'Retention Incentive' scheme at a future date.
Findings and Report from our survey of EMPLOYERS and how they managed Coronavirus in the workplace from financial loss, to health and safety issues, impact on premises, redundancies and furloughing staff. The results give a fresh outlook...
Do new tiers mean changes in the workplace? Do you have to restrict high-tier employees from coming into work?
The implications for employers, extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, how to protect employees most vulnerable to COVID-19, working from home, closure of businesses and employees working their notice.
Lawson-West Solicitors proudly presents two webinars during the LBF fortnight: 4th Nov and 11th Nov. Find out more and sign-up to join...
New Public Health England "Covid - Self-Isolation" laws come into effect today.
The new Job Support Scheme takes effect from 1 November, after the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends on 31 October...
With the UK being warned to get back to work or risk losing their jobs - as Boris Johnson urges workers to return to their desks, the big question is - Should offices be reopened or should staff continue working from home?
Most employers are now encouraging the return of employees into the workplace.The Government’s current guidance is to return to work if we can – but what about pregnant employees? Shouldn’t they be shielding?
Many employers are struggling to make ends meet now, but at the end of October the government will withdraw the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme (CJRS). What can your business do to avoid making redundancies?