Information relating to Employment Law
Employers across the country have been affected by Covid-19 and as a result have had to make difficult and challenging decisions. The rules surrounding these new processes and practices can be confusing and complicated (and are changing as the situation evolves) but the following resources have been collated to help you navigate your way through. Do remember to check back periodically as we will be adding to this page as and when we come across new useful content.
We are so thankful that in times like this we can lean on Jesus, and staff here at Global Connections are continually praying for our members and the Covid-19 crisis that has hit our world.
A wide range of CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) information, guidance and links to external resources - freely accessible to all and updated regularly.
ACAS has also published some useful advice for employers and employees which is updated daily.
Find out if you’re eligible and how much you can claim to cover wages for employees on temporary leave ('furlough') due to coronavirus (COVID-19), at GOV.UK.
A complication of recent Ebriefings and advice from Global Connections members Anthony Collins.
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Public Health England, 25 February 2020.
Sandy Adirondack (Governance and legal information for voluntary organisations) sends some helpful updates via email. You can sign up to receive Sandy Adirondack’s e-bulletins with helpful information relating to Covid-19 by clicking the above link.
Our members Bates Wells hosted a webinar recently on key legal issues for charities to consider in light of the coronavirus situation. Listen to the webinar for important and useful information that may affect you during this time of uncertainty, including information relating to the Job Retention Scheme.
This video covers annual leave, sick pay, home working and returning to 'normal' life after lockdown.
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