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News & latest updates


Webinar: Looking back going forward: an employment law update

Moore Barlow

At the beginning of 2020 the focus of Employment Lawyers and HR professionals was on the impact of Brexit on the workplace. Then, when the pandemic struck and the Coronavirus Act 2020 was introduced, focus switched to home workers, key workers (those not able to work from home), the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the […]

Employment | Webinar


Furlough scheme extended until September 2021

Katherine Maxwell


The Chancellor of the Exchequer – Rishi Sunak – has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough scheme), which has helped millions across the UK, is to be extended until the end of September 2021. What is the furlough scheme? The furlough scheme was introduced at the beginning of lockdown in March 2020 as […]

Covid recovery | Employment


Race case out of time

David Ludlow


In Adedeji v University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, the Court of Appeal upheld an employment judge’s refusal to grant extra time to a man whose constructive unfair dismissal and race discrimination claim was submitted three days late. Most claims in the Employment Tribunal carry a time limit of 3 months which can only be […]



Gender pay gap reporting

Esmat Faiz


Last year, enforcement of gender pay gap reporting was suspended due to Covid and many firms chose not to submit their reports. The Woman and Equalities Committee has called on the government to confirm that reporting will go ahead this year but, at the time of writing, no confirmation has been given. Since 1997, the […]