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‘No jab, no job’ – why we don’t advise employers to have a mandatory vaccination policy

Naomi Greenwood


We hear in the news this week that Charlie Mullins, famously litigious founder and CEO of Pimlico Plumbers, has announced that he has instructed the company’s lawyers to draft new employment contracts making it mandatory for staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. If that is the case, it is not an enviable position for those […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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Peter Jeffery leads team on Transparity Solutions’ significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity

Peter Jeffery


Transparity is a market leading Microsoft cloud specialist and provides major UK companies with a complete offering of Microsoft cloud manged services. The shareholders of Transparity were looking to expand the business and ensure continuous growth for the future, along with a planned exit from the company, and so decided to seek long-term investment. The […]



Clarification on who can be furloughed

Katherine Maxwell


The government has updated its guidance on which employees may be put on furlough through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.  It has clarified that employees will be eligible for the grant and can be furloughed if they are unable to work (including from home or working reduced hours) because they: are clinically extremely vulnerable, or […]

Covid recovery | Employment


Wages to rise up in spring

Emma Edis


The Government has published the new National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage, which will take effect from 6 April 2021. The changes will include lowering the age of eligibility for the National Living Wage,from 25 years to 23 years. The new rates will be as follows: Age 23 or over (NLW rate): £8.91 (currently […]