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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Changes

25th September, 2020

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), a scheme put in place by the Government in response to the... Read More »

Job Support Scheme Announcement

24th September, 2020

Rishi Sunak has just announced a package of measures relating to how the government is going to manage... Read More »

Employment Law Newsletter – October Issue 2020

24th September, 2020

Welcome to our Employment Law Newsletter.   If you would like to contact a member of the Employment... Read More »

Brexit and the Haulage Industry

24th September, 2020

As the government makes preparations for the end of the Brexit transition period, they are urging UK businesses... Read More »

Government Launches ‘Kickstart’ Scheme in England, Wales and Scotland

23rd September, 2020

As part of the Chancellor’s ‘Plan for Jobs’ a new scheme has been launched which aims to give... Read More »

Employment Tribunal backlog and alternatives to litigation

22nd September, 2020

The Law Gazette has reported that the Employment Tribunals case backlog currently stands at 45,000 cases with more... Read More »

Incentivised payments for hiring new apprenticeships

22nd September, 2020

The Government have announced a new bonus scheme to encourage employers to take on new apprenticeships from 1... Read More »

Our Top Tips on Reducing the Effect of Mental Ill-Health Problems in the Workplace

22nd September, 2020

Lockdown changed the workplace landscape significantly on 23 March but now that this has eased, workplaces are changing... Read More »

Is an employer’s thought process relevant when determining discrimination arising from a disability?

22nd September, 2020

Yes it is, according to the Court of Appeal’s ruling in the case of Robinson v Department for... Read More »

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