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Dealing with disputes during Coronavirus lockdown
The implications of Coronavirus are so wide-ranging that businesses could struggle to meet their contractual requirements, leading to disputes. At
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Rule changes mean holiday leave can be carried over to next two years
The Government has confirmed that existing rules around annual leave will be relaxed to allow workers who have not used
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What are the alternatives to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme?
The Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been described as an “unprecedented” step to help employers subsidise their staff’s wages
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Employment law expert warns of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme pitfalls
Employment lawyers at iLaw are calling on the Government to provide further guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)
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Alternatives to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
The Government’s recently launched Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been described as an “unprecedented” step to help employers subsidise their
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Holiday rules relaxed to allow annual leave to be carried over to next two years
The Government has announced that existing rules around annual leave will be relaxed to allow workers who have not used
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The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘the Scheme’)was unveiled by the Chancellor as part of his emergency response to the ongoing
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Government support to help with the economic impact of coronavirus
Here’s what businesses need to know In recent days, a whole raft of business support measures have been announced by
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Off-payroll working rules delayed by 12 months, Treasury reveals
New off-payroll working rules have been pushed back a year amid the coronavirus outbreak, it has been announced.
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Government to support employers by paying two weeks of sick pay, Budget reveals
The Government will support businesses during the Coronavirus outbreak by paying the first two weeks of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP),
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