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12 February - Ron Burgess

A warm welcome to Blake Morgan's Winter newsletter, keeping you informed of the latest developments in Employment, Pensions and Immigration Law. Although we are in lockdown once again, it appears... Read More

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11 February - Monika Jones

What can and should employers be doing to help or educate any staff requiring EU settled status or pre-settled status by 30 June 2021, whilst avoiding the risk of discrimination... Read More

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11 February - Debra Gers

The coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact in the context of whistleblowing with a record number of concerns raised about health and safety issues and furlough fraud. With an... Read More

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8 January - Monika Jones

With the end of the Brexit transition period, free movement ended on 31 December 2020 but EEA and Swiss nationals can continue to use their passport or national ID card... Read More

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17 December - Ruth Christy

The year 2020 has been a tumultuous year in many respects. How will employers and HR professionals remember 2020? Coronavirus, lockdown, furlough, "unprecedented", "Teams/Zoom/Google Meet", a raft of new terms... Read More

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15 December - Nia Pawley

Senior employment solicitor Nia Pawley examines all you need to know about garden leave in an article first published by HR Magazine on 14 December. With the high profile early... Read More

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15 December - Helena Rosenstein

Blake Morgan employment lawyer Helena Rosenstein examines how to manage furlough and holiday accrual at Christmas in an article first published in People Management on 14 December. The current Coronavirus... Read More

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18 November - Tim Forer

With employers now making provisions for more/extended furlough arrangements following the Prime Minister's surprise announcement on 31 October that the furlough scheme would be extended beyond its original end date... Read More

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16 November - Ruth Christy

Following the recent adverse publicity for university students regarding self-isolation and courses delivered online, some aspiring undergraduates may be rethinking a degree option. What alternatives can employers offer? The Government... Read More

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5 November - Madeleine Mould

Settlement has recently been reached in a case brought by care workers against three homecare service providers regarding entitlement to national minimum wage for time spent travelling and/or waiting between... Read More

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5 November - Joanne Davies

As part of the UK Government's emergency legislation measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, a significant change was made to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), effective from 13 March 2020. If... Read More

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3 November - Debra Gers

In a surprising development on 31 October, the Prime Minister announced a month long lockdown for England starting on 5 November. He also announced that the furlough scheme would not... Read More