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Employment Law

The new Job Support Scheme: what do we know?

In his Winter Economy Plan announced today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a new emergency Job Support Scheme to help protect jobs.   

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Tribunal ruling raises questions about the real meaning of “self-employed” status

Over the last few months, there has been a real focus on what it really means to be a self-employed individual.

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A guide on TUPE when buying or selling a business

What is TUPE? TUPE – which stands for the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations are rules designed to protect employees when there is a “relevant transfer”. A “relevant transfer” is when there is a transfer of a business which retains its identity, or there is a new service provider replacing a previous service […]

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How to encourage and maintain equality in the workplace

As Pride month comes to an end and communities across the world continue to strive for equal rights and status, now is the time for everyone to acknowledge the importance of diversity and inclusion. Employers too should look carefully at the role equality plays within their workplace. Offering equal opportunities to all is considered in […]

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Supporting employee mental health during lockdown

With COVID-19 (coronavirus) creating a new and challenging landscape, it is becoming more important to consider the mental health and wellbeing of your staff.

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Posted in: Employment Law Coronavirus

Getting ready for the return to work: FAQs on how to keep employees safe

As the UK economy begins its recovery from the Covid-19 crisis and as we see businesses preparing to re-open, the Government is encouraging employers to safely welcome staff back to the workplace.

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How to calculate maternity and parental payments for furloughed employees

During the flurry of furlough, we had several queries from our clients in respect of how to calculate statutory maternity pay (SMP) for employees who were on maternity leave but had been furloughed.

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The latest advice on the Job Retention Scheme

As an employer, it’s vital to stay up to date with the amendments being made to the Job Retention Scheme. Our employment law experts have provided a break down of the key points from the recently revised Government guidance.

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Further furlough guidance for employers

On 4 April 2020, the HMRC provided some further guidance on how the Job Retention Scheme will be administered. We have noted the following points that employers need to be aware of if they are considering accessing the scheme.

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Results are in: Morrisons successfully appeal in the UK’s first ever data leak group action

Those who attended our employment law seminar earlier this year in January may remember that we talked about the first data leak group action involving Morrisons.

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