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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
From today businesses have the flexibility to bring furloughed employees back part time.
Claire worked as an accountant for a medium size accountancy firm in the West Midlands for 9 years. She was made redundant based on an unfair scoring matrix that was biased.
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.
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
Learn the 7-Steps of Mindfulness and using meditation to help control stress and anxiety whilst in Coronavirus Lockdown
The Government has issued and updated a helpful guide setting-out how to make a claim for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme with HMRC.
Employee Rachel develops a chronic illness and faces disability discrimination at work
On 15 April, Vaishali Thakerar was a speaker at the RICS-organised Covid-19 webinar on the impact of Coronavirus on employment in the workplace.
The National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No 2) Regulations 2020 came in to effect on 6th April 2020. The new legislation defines the 'Salary Premium'. What is a Salary Premium and how is it used in a NMW calculation?
Minimum Wages are ‘On The Up’ - Are you aware of the new rates?