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Job retention scheme supports business and employees

01 July 2020

On 22 March the Chancellor announced a new job retention scheme for all UK employers whatever their size. It operates instead of redundancy or lay off.

10 Changes to the coronavirus job retention scheme from 1 July 2020

26 June 2020

In May the Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme would be extended until 31 October 2020 and there will be changes to the scheme from 1 July. What are the changes?

What you need to know about collective consultation amidst coronavirus

04 May 2020

Whenever there is a collective redundancy situation, as well as individual consultation there is also a requirement for collective consultation of the workforce affected. We answer key questions on this.

How does coronavirus affect redundancy consultations?

04 May 2020

We answer five key questions on how the coronavirus pandemic affects redundancy consultations.

Coronavirus redundancies: what employers need to know

04 May 2020

We answer your frequently asked questions surrounding redundancies amidst the global coronavirus health crisis.

Planning coronavirus workforce options

04 May 2020

With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme coming to an end in October, many businesses are now looking to plan their workforce options. Read our articles understand what your options are.

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Intestacy: what happens if you die without a wiIl?

23 April 2020

When an individual dies without leaving a valid will, they are said to have died intestate. Discover the ramifications of this.

Helping you respond to coronavirus

17 April 2020

RSM’s people advisory services team can support you with the complex issues caused by coronavirus, from understanding the latest position, helping with documents and implementation to acting as a sounding board.

Is it time to review your will?

14 April 2020

Under the laws of England and Wales, broadly speaking we all have the freedom to dispose of our personal assets (including interests in family businesses) as we wish. But that freedom relies on us leaving a valid will that sets out what should happen to our assets when we die.

UK businesses beware: contradictory Brexit agreements leave you at the mercy of a 'pick 'n mix' approach to legal precedent

29 January 2020

The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 received Royal Assent last week. It empowers the Government to give UK courts discretion to depart from existing EU case law after the end of the transition period. However, the earlier European Withdrawal Act 2018 gives the UK courts discretion to take account of EU court judgments issued after the end of the transition period. So where does this leave business?

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