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Department: employment

Employment law September update – Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention (Furlough) Scheme and Redundancy advice

It is bizarre to think that almost six months have now passed since our offices closed for Covid-19 on 20th March 2020. At the outset …

How the Civil Courts are coping and important information if you have a hearing coming up

It is no secret that the Civil Courts have been struggling to cope and to quickly transition in light of the challenges posed by Covid-19. At the peak of the p…

Fiona Hewitt, Senior Associate and Head of Employment and Commercial Disputes, gives us a snapshot of her working life in lockdown.

I am a single parent so it’s just me and my daughter - 7 “and three quarters!” - and I also have disabilities. As an em…

This article looks at some practical considerations for employers who are looking at bringing employees back into the workplace following COVID-19.

When am I required to pay employees Statutory Sick Pay?

If an employee is to qualify for Statutory S…

On 12th May 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (commonly referred to as ‘Furlough’) would be extended to 31st October 2020 enabling employers to continue to put their staff on Furlough Leave for a further…

The content of this briefing is a summary of the laws and regulations in force at the present time (17th March 2020). It is not, nor is it intended to be exhaustive, nor does it contain advice. Specialist advice should be sought in relation to any qu…