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Returning to work after a brain injury

Although not everyone who has experienced a brain injury is able to return to work, many do and it can be a challenging process to get to grips with. Whether...

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Uber Eats and Deliveroo riders: what are their legal rights?

In recent years, and particularly over recent months as we were confined to our own homes, online food delivery services have become increasingly popular. The most popular, Uber Eats and...

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Summer statement 2020: what it means for you

Covid-19 has had a huge impact on people’s health and well-being but it has also taken its toll on businesses. The words ‘unprecedented’, ‘new normal’ and ‘furlough’ are top contenders...

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The impact of coronavirus on disciplinary and grievance procedures

We’ve already seen the huge impact coronavirus has had on employment. From home working to furlough and employers making tough decisions about their business, it’s been a testing few weeks....

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What is the redundancy consultation process?

Whether the decision to make redundancies is as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic or not, consulting employees on your redundancy plans is often one of the most uncomfortable and...

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PPE in the workplace: what’s the law?

Whether you’re a frontline NHS worker, an office cleaner or a chef, being protected against injury and/or infection is essential. So whose responsibility is it to provide workers with PPE?...

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Coronavirus: what happens to annual leave?

During this coronavirus outbreak and time of uncertainty, it may not be possible for employees to take all their paid annual leave entitlement during the current holiday year. On 27th...

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Six employment law changes you need to know about in April 2020

It’s already been a busy few weeks in terms of employment law updates and the implementation of new (to the UK) initiatives such as furlough and government loans to businesses....

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How does the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme work?

On Friday (20th March), the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The stated purpose of the scheme is to enable employers to ‘furlough’ employees with 80% of...

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Coronavirus: what do employers need to know?

With the World Health Organization (WHO) saying that the world should “do more to prepare for a possible coronavirus pandemic” and cases being reported as near to the UK as...

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Parental bereavement leave and pay: government response

The Government has announced that any employee who loses a child under the age of 18, or suffers a stillbirth after 24 weeks of pregnancy, will now be entitled to...

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Where do workers stand when it comes to TUPE?

We’ve all seen articles in the papers over recent months about the gig economy, namely cases involving Uber, Pimlico Plumbers and Deliveroo. These cases have highlighted that it’s not always...

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