As it is anticipated that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will come to an end, following a winding down period, employers are having to consider now how they are likely to have to manage their businesses going forward
Partner Sue Dowling, head of Blandy & Blandy Solicitors’ leading Employment Law team, explains the need for an employer to follow Collective Redundancy Consultation legislation when seeking to make 20 or more staff redundant.
It goes without saying that the current situation represents a very difficult and unpredictable time for many businesses and for the economy.
With coronavirus cases finally falling in the UK, thoughts have turned to how to ease current lockdown conditions.
The coronavirus pandemic is having a significant impact on the personal and professional lives of people worldwide.
Has your insurance company tried to invoke the clause of force majeure as a reason not to pay within your contract during these covid-19 times?
It’s every employer’s nightmare. An employee with a grudge misuses personal data relating to their employer
Tackling the illegal excavation and trafficking of items of cultural property and preventing their sale in the art market has long been recognised by the international community as a key means of protecting the world’s heritage.