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Covid-19 Self Employment Income Support Scheme

27th March 2020

There are around five million self-employed workers in the UK who did not benefit from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. In less than a week after the Job Retention Scheme was announced, the government has put a package together to support the self-employed, after much lobbying on their behalf. According to the HMRC web-site, the […]

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

23rd March 2020

We have been blogging about the impact of Coronavirus over the past two weeks. You can find our most recent blog here. On Friday 20th March 2020, the government announced a scheme called the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, under which all UK employers will be able to access support to continue paying part of their employees’ salary for those […]

Coronavirus And Pay – What Employers And Employees Need To Know

4th March 2020

It will come as no surprise that we are getting an increasing number of enquiries about the Coronavirus from worried employers and employees.

When dealing with an employee in quarantine with no symptoms, whether they are entitled to any pay depends on who decides that the employee should not attend work and why.

Gender Pay Gap Information: does it apply to you?

12th December 2016

The final draft of the Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 has been published. Subject to parliamentary approval, it will take effect on 6th April 2017. It will require private sector employers (including charities) with 250 or more employees to publish certain information regarding the pay gap between men and women employed in […]

Brexit chaos forces employers to increase payouts?

1st July 2016

The vote is in and there is no turning back, we are told. We would not dare to try to predict what the future of employment legislation will look like in a Post EU Britain, particularly in relation to the Working Time Regulations, TUPE or the Agency Workers Regulations. However, we are already feeling the […]

Interview of Julie on the blog of Expat Assure

4th February 2016

Julie a été interviewée par Expat Assure, courtier en assurances santé internationales, sur le sujet du droit du travail.