As we come to the end of the week before Freedom day on 19 July, we have some guidance (source gov.uk) that you may wish to share with your staff about staying safe and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Following last night’s Government announcement that the final stage of the roadmap out of COVID comes into effect on 19 July 2021 has been received with mixed responses.
As we enter the last week of June and the forthcoming 30 June deadline, we have issued the latest version of the Home Office Right to Work guidance which explains the changes to the way, from 1 July 2021, EEA citizens evidence their right to work.
The government have issued the following update following the announcement last week to extend the date for the easing of lockdown restrictions and social distancing measures.
Effective 1 July 2021 there are changes to both the Government Furlough Scheme Grant and the Right to Work in the UK that employers need to be aware of.
With the extension of the CJRS to the end of September came the news that from 1st May 2021 more employees could potentially be eligible for the scheme.
ACAS last week has published guidance on whether these conditions are classed as a disability, and how employers should be dealing with employees who may fall within this category.
On 9 March 2021 we issued our first newsletter on the vaccine and policies to consider as well as understanding that not all employees are able or wish to have the vaccine.
We thought we would share a recent case heard at the ET (Employment Tribunal) and just some reminders on statutory payments that come into effect early April.
Public Health England have issued new guidance for those that are categorised as clinically extremely vulnerable, and they are advising that shielding ends as of 1 April 2021 and aligned to the published roadmap set out by the Government on 22 February 2021.