Significant changes to the UK’s business immigration processes are happening from 1st January 2020. Our business immigration lawyers Adrienne Hardy and Peter Beisty sat down to discuss these changes and what practical steps your business needs to take now if it wishes to employ workers from the EU from 2021. You can view a recording of […]
A Flexible World? Four experts discuss changes to the way we work as a result of the Global Pandemic.
For those of you who missed our Flexible Working Webinar in the summer, you can now watch at your leisure as Sarah Wilder discusses flexible working in the post-Covid world with her special guests Sarah Sen and Faye Towers (HR legends) and Pete Wilder (Real Estate whizz) – a powerhouse of flexible workers!
If you currently employ workers from overseas and you want to continue to do so, then this webinar is for you. Adrienne Hardy and Peter Beisty will walk you through the key points of the new immigration rules, giving you some action points to think about now. We’ll cover: sponsor licences what roles can be covered what the […]
I’m sure that, despite the Covid-19 pandemic having dominated the news and our thoughts over the past few months, it will not have passed you by that we are rapidly approaching the end of the year. No, I’m not about to brag that I have done all my Christmas shopping (I haven’t), but now is […]
Employers face up to £10k fine for failing to prevent workers who should be self-isolating from returning to work
Blink and you might have missed this, but did you know that as of Monday, 28 September 2020, the government introduced new legislation (The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) Regulations 2020) imposing a legal obligation on employers to ensure that the staff they know have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with […]
In an attempt to prevent a winter of discontent, on Thursday the Government announced further measures designed to support jobs and prevent mass redundancies. The Job Support Scheme will start in November 2020 and is scheduled to be available for 6 months. The key points we know about so far are: All employers operating PAYE […]
As I sit here in my home office, and the country starts to think about reopening, I have been contemplating what the new “normal” will look like. (OK, it’s not really a home office but my conservatory, which is unbearably hot most of the day and freezing the rest of the time, and is the […]