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Articles, News and Features

A useful article from Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin on the updated Treasury Direction which sets out the legal frame work for the changes to the furlough scheme that come into effect on 1 July.

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As lockdown eases but furloughing becomes more complicated, we set out what that means and pinpoint the government guidance you need, as well as summarising other matters covid-19 as they relate to employers and employees. Interesting cases this month include a look at the role of competitive interviews for alternative employment in redundancy situations and a clear review of the law on when  the ET has unfair dismissal jurisdiction where employees work overseas.

Updated as of 26th June, Cloisters' expert employment barristers have produced an invaluable and detailed online guide, Returning to Work in the Time of Coronavirus, which explains and answers the critical legal issues which arise as businesses re-open. 

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