It’s the beginning of a new year like no other and as we continue to guide our clients through the complexities of employment law, we appreciate that there is a lot for businesses to think about.
As we approach the New Year, our thoughts are turning to issues that employers may face in 2021. To help businesses plan ahead, we will be hosting virtual Q&A events throughout January.coronavirus pandemic has caused.
What a year 2020 has been. There have certainly been some firsts for employment lawyers including the introduction of ‘furlough’, yet it has been rewarding to be able to support our clients as we navigate the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has caused.
Freedom of movement between the UK and the EU is set to end on 31 December 2020. We set out below some common questions from our employer clients in relation to the impact that Brexit has had, and will continue to have, on right to work checks.
In this paper, we summarise the most notable elements of the Scheme, as it is now, and will be until 31 January 2021, the date of the next scheduled review.
After 1 December 2020, employers will not be able to use the extended CJRS to recoup payments of statutory or contractual notice pay.
It’s fundamental for businesses to protect employee and customer data from corruption, compromise or loss and if businesses are neglectful, not only can it have a real impact on the company’s reputation but they can also face significant fines.
The weekend’s news has meant that employers need to act quickly to prepare for a second lockdown. Here are our top tips and links to key resources.
Following the recent update to the Job Support Scheme (JSS) announced on 22 October 2020, we have updated our FAQ’s to help employers understand the changes.
It’s been a brilliant month for Team Torque with another prestigious ranking, this time in Chambers and Partners 2021! Listed at Band 2 for North and East Yorkshire and the only firm to have two ranked solicitors – Emma Whiting and Tiggy Clifford.