Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme/Furlough leave
To help protect your workforce during the second wave of the coronavirus, employment lawyer Darren Newman provides guidance on the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, navigates you through the common tricky issues when making redundancies.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, guides us through the current maze of discrimination law, and provides practical advice on what you need to bear in mind when making decisions on workforce matters.
Darren Newman, employment lawyer, discusses how flexible furlough will work under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from 1 July 2020.
Jo Broadbent and Matthew Towers guide you through the impending changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme as well as other furlough-related issues with which employers are struggling.
Nick Chronias, partner at DAC Beachcroft, guides you through the legal and practical considerations of running a collective consultation process with a remote workforce.
Near the end of week seven of the lockdown, Max Winthrop navigates HR professionals through the ongoing workforce challenges that employers are facing as well as those on the horizon.
Jo Broadbent, counsel knowledge lawyer, discusses what constitutes "work" under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, and explores some common tricky scenarios relating to work during furlough.
Laura Conway, senior associate at Wedlake Bell, and Victoria Lewis, chief executive at byrne-dean training, explore employee engagement during the coronavirus pandemic from a legal and practical point of view.
Jo Broadbent tackles the tricky HR issues that employers are facing as a result of the coronavirus crisis, including complications around furloughing staff under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme/Furlough leave.
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