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On 5th November 2020, the Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme would be extended until the end of March 2021.
With the second lockdown, many employees that had put-off purchasing home office equipment first time round, with the hope of returning to the office, may now be changing their minds.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the landscape of how we approach our working lives, with many challenges being identified for female professionals.
With the high and rising number of employees needing to self-isolate while awaiting coronavirus (COVID-19) test results, businesses need to understand their sick pay obligations.
Employers will now commit a criminal offence and face fines if they knowingly permit a worker to attend the workplace after they have been told to self-isolate.
The High Court has held a meeting of a scheme of arrangement in respect of a company voluntary administration (“CVA”) does not need to be held physically in person, but could be through a webinar or conference call
On 1 June 2020, the CLC released the “Industry Recovery Plan” which is a series of proposals intended to help the construction sector recover from the impact of COVID-19. The clear message is that the whole sector needs to work together.
In the many contracts negotiated every day, key terms such as price, delivery and payment are focused on but there are other contractual terms, which, in a post COVID-19 world should be considered.
The Home Office has finally updated its COVID19 immigration policy on the ‘switching concession’, and despite opposition, the 14-day quarantine rule will be in force. In this update, we look at these key changes.
It is anticipated that the Covid 19 outbreak will result in a spike insolvencies in the UK and it goes without saying that this means that a very considerable number of suppliers to companies or sole traders will have been left as unsecured creditors.