Many employers have turned their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and encouraging or requiring their employees to return to the workplace. This content highlights some of the factors to be considered from a legal standpoint.
Employers must check that job applicants have the legal right to work in the UK before they start their employment. This content sheds light on the recent changes impacting right to work checks and what employers need to know.
From November 11th, anyone who works at a care home in England that is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who is not medically exempt, cannot legally enter the premises until they have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine. This blog highlights the legal ramifications.
The Government announced the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until 30 September 2021. However, the level of grant available to employers changed after 1 July 2021. This content highlights the changes and the implications for employers.
A huge number of people will be heading back to the workplace at some stage this summer. This blog highlights why flexibility is key for organisations as they navigate the new normal, the implications for employees and some of the HR issues that may arise.
The current furlough arrangement is set to come to an end on September 30. This article outlines how government support will taper over the summer months and why businesses need to keep meticulous and up to date records of furlough claims as well as any other business support funds.
As the vaccine programme accelerates and lockdown gradually starts to lift, many employers will be turning their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and/or encouraging their employees to return to the workplace. This article lays out the answers to the most common employer uncertainties.
For a huge number of companies, legal protection is proving as vital in surviving 2021 as it was for navigating 2020. This blog highlights the legal challenges facing many businesses and the importance of LEI cover.
Part three of this blog series looks at how the pandemic created a backlog of cases in almost all courts and tribunals, before highlighting why alternative means of resolving disputes such as mediation have become much more attractive.
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.