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Last month’s update contained but one small article on the Coronavirus (Acas guidance with regards to self-isolating employees). How life and law has changed since.  Apart from the regular case updates and a reminder of the upcoming April changes, this edition focuses on up to date information for employers, employees and advisors in this time of Covid-19

 

An invitation to a free online webinar on Monday 30th March at 2.30 pm from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG. For a recording,

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A useful article updated following the release of more details on the scheme on Thursday 26th March.

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A comprehensive set of FAQs from Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin setting out guidance on all the main questions they are being asked. The FAQs are being kept updated as the situation changes and government advice evolves.

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You monthly update on all things employment law including professional case summaries (for subscribers)

An article from Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin on the recent policy statement on arrangements  to  take effect from January 2021, which include the proposed requirements for sponsored skilled workers (Tier 2) and don't include entry routes for lower- skilled workers, except in the agricultural sector. 

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This essential read from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG explains how EU law will apply in the UK both during and after the transition period which is due to end on 31 December 2020

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With the April legislative changes not far off, this month's edition includes articles on the off-payroll rules and new requirements in Statements of Particulars and we report on increases in statutory rates and minimum wage rates. As Brexit enters its final act, we signpost the Emplaw law card on the progress of the Brexit legislation and what it means for workers’ rights.

A  very useful checklist of what will need to be included from Employment Law In Action

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With no delay anticipted to the implementation of IR35 changes scheduled for April, this article from Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin is essential reading

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