In this article, Hannah Thomas, Markel Law’s employment law solicitor, summarises the EU settlement immigration scheme in place for European Economic Area nationals, Swiss nationals and their family members who wish to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021 and what it means for employers.
On 10 November 2020, HMRC published full guidance on the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also referred to as the Furlough Scheme, which has been extended to 31 March 2021. In this article, Hannah Thomas, Solicitor, Markel Law, highlights four key changes relevant to employers.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP talks about the likely influx of employment claims and why they may not all be destined for a tribunal.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP, explains some of the headaches the pandemic has created for employers and employment law.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP, discusses how the tribunal process was struggling before the pandemic and how it has been affected since.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP explains some of the steps that employers can take to head off employment disputes and avoid tribunal claims.
In this video, Stephen Moore, Partner and Head of Employment at Ashfords LLP talks about the longer impact the pandemic is likely to have on the world of work and the laws that govern it.
In this extract from ARAG's Talk to the Experts webinar about the heightened legal pressures on the care sector, since the coronavirus outbreak, Adam Pennington, Senior Associate Solicitor at Stephensons Solicitors LLP discusses the employment law implications for care providing businesses.
Getting staff to come back into work prompts a host of legal questions. This content features a link to a guidance document which reviews the government’s guidance on reopening workplaces in relation to the complex health and safety obligations employers are faced with.
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.