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Webinar: Employment Law Update

20 October 2020

Employers have faced an incredibly challenging time in 2020. Watch our webinar for an update on the latest employment law developments in the UK.

Please note that since the recording of this webinar the CJRS has been extended to March 2021, please read our legal update to find out more.

During this webinar we provide a summary of the coronavirus implications for employers, from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to the raft of legislative changes brought in as a result of the pandemic.

Our employment law experts provide an overview of the practical implications of the latest employment law changes, including a broader legislation update and a summary of the key cases before the courts and tribunals. There is also an update on the latest cases on appeal, including a round-up on discrimination, employment status and holiday pay. 

The webinar concludes with a horizon scan of what the future may look like for employment law including an update on Brexit and the key challenges and opportunities for employers arising out of the pandemic.

Please note that since the recording of the webinar the Restriction of Public Sector Exit Payments Regulations 2020 have been made on 14 October 2020 and are in force from 4 November 2020. The Regulations introduce the £95,000 cap on public sector exit payments.  

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Please do not hesitate to contact one of our UK based employment experts if you require assistance with any of the issues raised in the webinar.  
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