Clarkslegal’s Employment Solicitor Melanie Pimenta explains the new lifting of Covid-19 restrictions and what this means for employers.
The pandemic has brought the topic of health and wellbeing to the forefront, not least in the employment sphere.
The controversial practice of ‘quiet quitting’ in the workplace has recently hit the headlines, but what does it mean, and will it have long-lasting effects?
The UK is currently in a period of national mourning following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September. It is due to come to an end on 19 September, when the Queen is laid to rest at a state funeral.
There is little more disheartening for a bid writer or other procurement specialist, after investing time and energy into preparing the best possible bid to win a public contract, than receiving a letter politely explaining that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion but hoping that you will, all the same, bid for future contracts when the opportunity arises.
As many businesses were beginning to return to normality after the COVID-19 pandemic, they are now facing a new challenge in supporting staff through the cost of living crisis.
When is senior executive is offered a ‘without prejudice’ severance package through a settlement agreement the primary focus of both parties is usually on the money. What is a reasonable (or sufficiently attractive) sum to pay to the executive in order to quickly resolve whatever destabilising situation has arisen?