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  • 7 August 2020

    HR Survey for Businesses: How the pandemic has affected HR professionals 

    Our Employment Law Team recently launched an HR survey to understand how the pandemic has affected HR professionals in businesses throughout the UK. Read more

  • 3 August 2020

    Dealing with redundancy

    The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on many businesses, with the prospect of having to make redundancies unavoidable for many. Read more

  • 29 July 2020

    Covid-19: Returning Employees and Discrimination – problems to be aware of

    As the limitations of shielding are lifted and more and more employees are encouraged back to the workplace employers are having to address the competing challenges of providing a safe workplace, complying with government guidance as it changes after 1 August 2020 whilst ensuring so far as possible that there is no breach of existing discrimination legislation. Read more

  • 28 July 2020

    Returning to work: employee rights and coronavirus

    As many businesses begin to re-open and employees start to return to work, many workers still have concerns about how safe their workplace is during the pandemic. Read more

  • 24 July 2020

    Norfolk Day 2020: A spotlight on all we love about Norfolk and our Charity Heroes.

    In its 3rd year, Norfolk Day is a chance to celebrate all things we love about Norfolk and will be held on Monday 27th July. New to this year’s Norfolk Day celebrations, organisers want to honour the numerous people who go above and beyond to help communities in our county. Read more

  • 21 July 2020

    The Problem of Late Payment, Long Payment Terms and What Your Business Can do About it

    As a small or medium business, you have probably come up against the significant issue of being paid late by your customers. You have probably also been forced to accept very long payment terms by larger businesses because of the imbalance of power in contract negotiations. Read more

  • 17 July 2020

    The Gig Economy and the Changing Nature of the Workforce – Lessons for Employers

    An upcoming Supreme Court hearing which is taking place remotely on 21 and 22 July 2020 will again consider the nature of Uber’s business model and the classification of their drivers. Are they “workers”? Or are they, as Uber puts it, self-employed “partners”? If they are workers, they should be entitled to holiday pay and at least the national minimum wage, which Uber does not give them, and each driver could be entitled to an average of £12,000 in compensation. Read more

  • 14 July 2020

    Relationship breakdown in a pandemic – Q&A

    Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many couples may have had time to consider the future of their relationship. Read more

  • 9 July 2020

    Summer Statement 2020

    Yesterday the chancellor announced his summer statement to kick start the UK economy. Key points within the summer statement include: A VAT cut for hospitality, a cut in stamp duty until 31 March 2021, an ‘eat out to help out’ scheme with discounts on eating out and a job retention bonus when bringing employees back from furlough. Read more

  • 8 July 2020

    Lockdown Diaries: Commercial Property case study

    In a matter of days, Covid-19 shut down the property market, with much uncertainty about whether transactions could complete, and what provisions could be made for buying or selling due to lenders and agents who were forced to close as a result of the Government lockdown. Read more