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Employment law and HR

Furloughed Employees Entitled to Redundancy Pay at 100% Normal Wage

Please note: The information in this article is correct as of 31/07/20. Due to the ongoing nature of the coronavirus situation, guidance is ...

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Victoria Mitchell Associate Partner
Employment team meeting

Updating your Staff Handbook in a Pandemic Workplace

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed workplace practices. Employers should review and amend existing policies and procedures in t...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner
Employment law and HR

Occupational Exposure to Coronavirus and the Duty to Report

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have updated the requirements of RIDDOR (The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences...

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Holly Barnes Solicitor
Commercial Property Testimonial

Return to Work – What Does This Mean for Commercial Tenants?

Please note: The information contained in this article is correct as of 22/07/20. Due to the developing nature of the coronavirus pandemic, ...

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Ashlea Thornton Associate Partner
Personal Injury Farleys Solicitors LLP

Covid-19 – Personal Injury in Practice

At the start of ‘lockdown’ and at the beginning of our journey into unprecedented times, we assured our current and future clients that,...

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Holly Barnes Solicitor
Employment Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

M&S Redundancies Announced Today

M&S has announced 950 roles are at risk of redundancy in the latest retail restructures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Redund...

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Victoria Mitchell Associate Partner
Company procedure law Farleys Solicitors

Companies House Voluntary Strike Off Process to Resume

In response to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent UK lockdown, in March Companies House introduced a temporary easement of voluntary st...

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Debbie King Partner

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