Coronavirus and Discipline and Grievance Meetings Acas has issued guidance for employers on holding disciplinary and grievance meetings without meetings during the Coronavirus crisis. Although a key factor of furlough is that the employee does no work for the employer
Road Map To Easing Lockdown Restrictions The Government announced on Sunday 10 May their road map to easing lockdown restrictions and have today (Monday 11 May) published ‘OUR PLAN TO REBUILD: The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy’, setting out its
Coronavirus and Statutory Parental Pay A new Statutory Instrument came into effect on 25 April 2020, which deals with the calculation of an employee’s “average weekly earnings” for the purposes of statutory parental pay entitlement for those employees who have
Co-workers can be greatly affected by the passing of a colleague. If you think about it, we spend around 40 hours a week in the same office as our colleagues. Over time, we get to know them as individuals and even get to know their families. Colleagues almost become like a second family, one that you may sometimes see more of than your own family.
Read my Top Tips to what you should do when an employee suddenly passes away and how to support your remaining employees.
Coronavirus and Keeping Remote Workers Motivated How do we keep remote workers motivated? I’ve worked from home for a number of years now and the one thinh I love about it is the freedom I have to work when I
Coronavirus and Planning For A Return To Work Coronavirus has had a significant impact on how we work, the lockdown happened very quickly for most businesses, so there wasn’t any time for planning the how’s, when’s, what’s etc but the
HMRC Guidance For Employers – History The HMRC Guidance was first published on 26 March 2020 and at that point indicated that the scheme was an alternative for anyone that would have otherwise been laid off or made redundant due
Coronavirus and Absence Due To Sickness In this article: Coronavirus and Absence Due To Sickness I discuss Self Isolation, Notification of Absence, Self Certification and Medical Certificates and changes to Statutory Sick Pay including SSP Waiting Days and Reimbursement of
Coronavirus and Armed Forces Reservists With the Ministry of Defence announcing that they are expecting to mobilise up to 3,000 armed forces reservists to aid the military response to the coronavirus pandemic for at least six months, employers with reservist
Coronavirus and Emergency Volunteering Leave Emergency volunteering leave is a new concept allowing workers to leave their primary job and temporarily volunteer in the health or care sector. The Coronavirus Act 2020 came into force on 25 March 2020 and