Following a decade of cuts and closures, the lockdowns and other limitations to legal processes caused by the pandemic have lengthened the backlogs of cases that were already plaguing the courts. This blog focuses on whether mediation offers a route out of the justice crisis.
The disruption to working practices following the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted major upheaval in the employment practices liability market. This content focuses on how the EPL market has been impacted, and the implications for brokers and their clients.
The nature of claims has changed during the pandemic. This claims in-depth investigates how the focus has shifted, what Covid could mean for employers’ liability and what risks businesses are facing going forward.
This whitepaper provides an overview of the implications of HMRC's rules known as IR35. It explores how the rule changes in April 2021 will affect businesses and outlines why businesses need to ensure that they have robust processes in place for reviewing working arrangements.
This content looks at #IR35 and the changes made to the 'off-payroll working rules'.
In this video, Andy Talbot, Head of Sales and Marketing at ARAG UK, looks at Employment Practices Liability (EPL) and how an EPL policy is often seen as a key element in limiting the management liability risks of a business.
Companies need to consider new risks when hosting virtual Christmas parties, while being aware that normal employment hazards can still happen online. This content highlights three areas of risk that employers should consider before outlining a simple four-point plan to help avoid problems.
View ARAG’s full webinar recording on the heightened legal pressures on the care sector, as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
An employer’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic creates potential for illegal discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, pregnancy and maternity. Featuring a link to a guidance document, this article briefly outlines the implications for employers, in the light of the Equality Act 2010.
Findings from a BEIS survey highlighted that fewer than half of employment tribunal claimants use a lawyer. In this blog, Lesley Attu, product development manager at ARAG shares her concerns about a lack of access to justice and highlights the value of family and commercial legal expenses insurance.