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Department: employment

The Prime Minister announced this week that the legal requirement to self-isolate following positive test for COVID-19 ends on 24th February 2022 – Thursday. Instead, until 1st April 2022, those testing positive will be advised to stay at home, after…

This document is based on the law as stated on 18 March 2020 and may be subject to change.

We have listed some key points to be considered by medium and large private sector businesses when complying with the new ‘off-payroll’ regime, which applies …

With the Covid-19 vaccine rolling out across the country, as an employer, you may be beginning to think about when you can start to get your workplace back to ‘normal’. And whether you can insist your employees have the jab. Head of Employment Law, F…

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…