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The Hybrid working revolution – do employment contracts now need to change
Carolyn Brown

29 July 2021

With the Government-mandated working from home guidance ending, many employers have seen an increase in hybrid working requests. Do you need to change your employment contracts?

Professional harm through adverse personal employment claims
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

Employment Tribunals publish their judgments online. They include a full narrative of the dispute. Last year, a lawyer damaged his professional reputation due to a Regulator’s rebuke after an Employment Tribunal found he had unfairly dismissed and discriminated against his nanny.

Do you know how long your workers are working?
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

The UK Working Time Regulations 1998 are measures to improve the safety and health of workers at work. In this article we cover the importance of why employers need to accurately record working time.

Directors paying for corporate statutory breaches
Carolyn Brown

04 May 2021

Personal liability for directors who induce corporate statutory breaches of their workers’ rights in bad faith.

Major change to variable paid employees’ CJRS grant claims calculations from 1 May 2021
Carolyn Brown

23 April 2021

From 1 May 2021 there will be a major change to CJRS for variable paid furloughed employees. Ensure you use the right calculations so that your claims for May 2021 onwards are valid.

Can an employer dismiss an employee for failing to wear a face mask?
Carolyn Brown

12 March 2021

A recent tribunal has thrown into question whether an employer can dismiss an employee for failing to wear a face mask. Do your policies need updating?

Employment Matters - Legal: Spring update webinar
Carolyn Brown

19 February 2021

Our employment legal webinar will cover recent cases, holiday pay, employment contracts, data subject access requests, and Brexit.

Uber drivers are workers but where does that leave the statutory employment status test now?
Carolyn Brown

19 February 2021

The Supreme Court has today decided that Uber drivers are workers, ending a multiyear court case and confirming that Uber drivers are entitled to worker’s rights including holiday pay and national minimum wage.

Job Retention Bonus (now removed)
Carolyn Brown

06 November 2020

On Wednesday 5 November the Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was extended to 31 March 2021.

Job Support Scheme (now removed)
Carolyn Brown

05 November 2020

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced details of the Job Support Scheme which aims to help employers pay their employees wages. Contact us for more information.

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