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 Nicole Natur
  December 17, 2020
Nicole Natur from our Employment team discusses whether employers are legally able to insist that employees are required to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in her latest podcast.
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 David Bradley
  December 14, 2020
David Bradley, Head of Employment at Ramsdens Solicitors, has featured on Lawyer Monthly, providing a checklist for employers to consider when trying to make savings to keep their business running in an article on how companies can survive Covid-19.
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 Gareth Dando
  December 7, 2020
Employers will welcome new guidance from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD - the professional body for HR and people development) and the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which aims to help them deal with employees suffering domestic abuse.
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 Gareth Dando
  November 26, 2020
Employers should note that Acas early conciliation timescales are changing from 1 December 2020.
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 Gareth Dando
  November 18, 2020
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“the scheme”) was, at the last minute, extended in October from 5 November 2020 for a month, with little to no guidance available at the time as to how this would work in practice.
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 Gareth Dando
  November 5, 2020
The chancellor has just announced a pretty big u-turn and extended the furlough scheme until the end of March 2021. The Government will pay up to 80%.
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 Gareth Dando
  October 30, 2020
​The lasting complications of a brain tumour can have devastating effects, affecting the way you walk, talk, feel and think, which can lead to prejudice and discrimination in the survivors everyday life. A survey by Headway UK has found that survivors of brain injury are often bullied, harassed and ridiculed for their disabilities.
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 Gareth Dando
  October 22, 2020
Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Thursday announced further changes to the Job Support Scheme, which has been put in place to subsidies businesses unable to have their staff back working full-time as the varied degrees of lockdown continue.
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