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Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
On 20 March 2020 the Government announced the launch of the COVID 19 Job Retention Scheme (the Scheme).
Cooley LLP
On 19 March 2020, the UK Government published the Coronavirus Bill 2020, which sets out emergency powers and reforms to address the growing public health crisis.
Gowling WLG
On 27 March the Government amended the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) to allow carry forward of up to four weeks accrued holiday leave. This will allow leave to be taken sometime in the following two years...
Clyde & Co
The Government has now produced more detailed guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which was announced on 20 March 2020 and designed to support employers in paying employees' salaries...
Gowling WLG
Our employment and pensions experts look at why the classification of an individual's employment status matters in a pensions context, and what employers need to do to ensure they are on top of this ever-evolving area of law.
Clyde & Co
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme announced by the government on Friday 20 March is designed to support employers in paying employees' salary ...
Cooley LLP
In a bid to support British business through the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK government has postponed the introduction of changes to the UK's off-payroll working rules (IR35),...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Whilst the current COVID-19 pandemic has seen many businesses and industries suffer a significant downturn in work, for others the situation is reversed.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On Friday 20 March 2020, the UK Government launched the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme following discussions with business groups and trade union leaders.
Ius Laboris
From 1 October 2019, the shortage occupation list for Tier 2 skilled workers was significantly expanded to include occupations covering about 2.5 million workers, or about 9% of total...
Clyde & Co
Employment law is always on the move.
Gowling WLG
Since 2010, the question of which inflation index (Retail Price Index (RPI) or Consumer Price Index (CPI)) should be used for pension increases has caused a huge amount of uncertainty for pension schemes.
Withers LLP
During the current coronavirus outbreak employers will have many difficult issues to resolve, including their duties to keep staff safe, when to keep paying staff and for how long and the logistics of managing remote working.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
A long-term sick employee transferred under TUPE but was denied long-term sickness benefits by both the old and new employers' PHI insurers. After he was dismissed...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Yesterday saw Chancellor Rishi Sunak deliver Boris Johnson's government's first budget. As well as making provision for the emergence of the coronavirus, the budget confirmed national minimum wage
Gowling WLG
In China, Italy and Iran, everyday life has been severely impacted by the spread of the COVID-19 illness caused by a virus called coronavirus.
Dentons
The government has announced changes to holiday pay coming into effect on 6 April 2020. At the moment where a worker has variable pay or variable hours of work holiday pay is calculated using an average of the pay they have received in the last 12 weeks they have worked.
Dentons
Remember, remember the upcoming change to national insurance contributions (NICs) on termination payments – as well as the recent change to guidance on post-employment notice pay (PENP).
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
The UK Government has recently announced measures to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, including the creation of emergency legislation.
Clyde & Co
With the Coronavirus situation rapidly evolving, UK employers are becoming increasingly aware that they need to be prepared to handle the situation however it develops.
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