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Legal update

8 July 2020 Modern Slavery Act 2015 - updated statutory guidance for public authorities in England and Wales

This is timely guidance given that modern slavery will not be exempt from the health, social and economic challenges brought about by Covid-19.

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Legal update

6 July 2020 Recommendations – how wide can they be?

In successful discrimination claims, one remedy available to a Tribunal is an appropriate recommendation. In this case of Hill v Lloyds Bank plc, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has considered the scope of a recommendation sought by an employee.

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Legal update

3 July 2020 Pay inequality

The High Pay Centre has issued its interim report based on the first pay ratios disclosed between 1 January 2020 and 31 April 2020.

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Legal update

3 July 2020 Statutory sick pay - FAQs

There have a been a number of changes made to the statutory sick pay (SSP) regime this year as a result of the cornonavirus pandemic, so we’ve set out below some FAQs as a reminder.

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Legal update

15 June 2020 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – update June 2020

On 12 June 2020, as anticipated HMRC set out further detail of the previously announced changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). These changes will take effect from 1 July 2020.

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In-House Lawyers - 9th June 2020

On demand webinar, focusing on practical solutions to utilise from home in agreements and dealings with business contract law, employment and covid-19.

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5 June 2020 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – update

On Friday 29 May, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out a number of changes to the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, under which approximately a quarter of the UK’s workforce has been furloughed since its inception in March.

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1 June 2020 Keeping track of sick pay

The Government’s Track and Trace programme has now been launched together with further changes to the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) regime. These changes allow those who are notified under the Track and Trace programme that they have been in close contact with a person outside of their household who has tested positive, and who are as a result directed to isolate, to be able to claim SSP.

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15 May 2020 What steps should an employer be considering before reopening?

Employers will need to consider whether they genuinely need to reopen premises or whether work can continue to be carried out remotely. If employees can work from home, they should continue to do so.

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14 May 2020 Update on Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme following announcement from Chancellor

On Tuesday 12 May, the Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) is to be extended until the end of October 2020.

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