Coronavirus: Legal News Updates For Employees Articles
How to approach a Settlement Agreement negotiation and useful steps you can take
All employees, irrespective of whether they are on furlough leave or still working, are entitled to a statutory redundancy payment if they have been employed by their employer for two years or more.
What's the impact of 14-day quarantine rules on employers and employees? See Lawson-West Solicitors' Top 5 Questions and Answers
Hairdresser Meghan Gorman - Landmark employment tribunal ruling means thousands of UK hairdressers could be on a better contract….
On 21st and 22nd July 2020, the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) heard the evidence in Delve and another -v- The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions - this high profile and much-awaited legal appeal case, if won, will rip open the State Pension Age debate.
Employers can expect a government bonus promise of £1,000 per member of staff they re-engage back from the Flexible Furlough Scheme after it ends in October 2020
We expose the Top 10 most common Myths about Redundancy
It’s been nearly two years since the joining together of Lawson-West Solicitors and Brown & Co Solicitors in Market Harborough.
A new 1-Metre Rule is introduced from 4 July and those Shielding can return to work from 1 August
Experienced employment lawyer, Carrie-Ann Randall, explores the situation facing many employers right now – to keep employees on, or to make redundancies. See our guide and recommendations.
Employment Tribunals continue to react to Impact of Covid-19. In this article, Director Ashley Hunt explores employment tribunal use of Cloud platforms and video link in cases.
During Coronavirus, an employee’s entitlement to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) has been extended, where they have been told to self-isolate.
This new scheme allows small and medium-sized employers, with less than 250 employees, to apply to the HMRC to recover costs of paying coronavirus-related statutory sick pay (SSP)
Dealing with employees’ annual leave entitlement during Lockdown