The following is a summary of the updated furlough guidelines released by the government on the 10th November 2020. The full guidelines can be accessed
From 1st January 2021, the right to work for people from outside the United Kingdom and Ireland is changing. To recruit internationally, most companies will
COVID-19 has forced many employees to begin working from home – some for the first time. As the country eases out of lockdown, many businesses
As the Furlough scheme moves closer to finishing at the end of October and with employers needing to contribute increasingly to the costs of the
Diversity in any sized business, should not be viewed as a requirement to fulfil, but rather as an opportunity to grow and succeed. There have been many studies to show that companies with a diverse workforce fair better then companies who do not.
With the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme due to end on 31st October 2020 organisations will now be looking at all their options and planning
With more employers re-opening and employees coming back from furlough this fact sheets answers some common questions regarding employees and employers’ rights during this time