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1 September - Tim Forer

On 3 March 2021, in his Budget announcement, the Chancellor announced an extension of the furlough scheme to the end of September 2021 for all parts of the UK. From... Read More


25 August - Ruth Christy

As the situation with regard to Government support and action is regularly changing, this article is periodically updated. Please contact one of our employment team lawyers for the latest position with... Read More


20 August - Tim Forer

Unless there is a sudden and surprising change of policy, we are now in the last weeks of the furlough scheme. It was introduced in March 2020 as a short-term... Read More


6 August - Holly Cudbill

Some major companies in the US have already announced that their staff will need to be fully vaccinated before returning to the workplace - but could this happen in the... Read More


26 July - Cathrine Bryant

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to our lives, one of those has been homeworking. Expenses and tax rules need to be got to grips with as many will... Read More


22 July - Ron Burgess

A warm welcome to Blake Morgan's Summer newsletter, keeping you informed of the latest developments in Employment, Pensions and Immigration Law. With the easing of lockdown restrictions in all parts... Read More


21 July - Tim Forer

Parliament has voted in favour of compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations for those working in CQC-registered care homes in England, giving rise to mixed reactions. Read More


21 July - Vicky Schollar

From 19 July 2021 in England, it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering in public places, for example, whilst in a supermarket or using public... Read More


Crucial employment law developments and legal implications of managing new ways of working were discussed by our panel of experts at our employment law webinar. Read More


20 May - Ron Burgess

A warm welcome to Blake Morgan's Spring newsletter, keeping you informed of the latest developments in Employment, Pensions and Immigration Law. With the end of lockdown imminent, the continued success... Read More


18 May - Madeleine Mould

The latest quarterly Employment Tribunal statistics for the period October to December 2020 were published on 11 March 2021. The statistics show a 25% increase in single claims received and... Read More


13 May - Lisa Parsons

The Government announced recently that the usual methods of conducting manual right to work checks must resume on 17 May 2021 and the current concession which has been in place... Read More