Category: Employment Law

 

Navigating flexible furlough

Following the introduction of furlough leave to the UK in March, the Government has now introduced more flexibility to the scheme - allowing employees on furlough leave to be brought back into work part-time from July 1st.

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Can you be made redundant while on furlough leave?

Before the coronavirus pandemic, it is very unlikely that the average employee in the UK would have known what ‘being furloughed’ meant. ‘Furlough’ itself was predominantly an American term, until the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme introduced the concept of ‘furlough leave’ to the United Kingdom.

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How do I implement a homeworking policy?

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Changes in Employment?

Know your rights.

The Covid-19 global pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty amongst workers whose employers are severely impacted by the outbreak.

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The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme & forgotten employees

The government announced a number of measures to support employers during the uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic and reduce job losses.

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What you need to know about Coronavirus redundancies

Uncertainty, lack of demand and enforced business closures following the UK outbreak of Coronavirus has left businesses with some hard decisions to make.

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Employment Law pitfalls and COVID-19

The Government announcement that essentially put the UK in lockdown shook many businesses.

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COVID-19 School closures and Parental Leave

What do working parents do now schools are closed?

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Employment Tribunal finds that veganism is a philosophical belief

The employment tribunal in a recent case has held that veganism is a philosophical belief and therefore attracts the protection of the Equality Act 2010.

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5 things you need to know about employing seasonal workers

At this time of year, especially in retail, hospitality and delivery services, it’s less ‘Deck the Halls’ and more ‘All Hands on Deck’.

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