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Employment Law & HR News & Updates.

Employment Law Updates

The latest employment law news & updates from Kalra Legal Group

Face Mask Rules

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Following the Prime Ministers announcement on the 22nd September 2020, the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place) (England) Regulations 2020 was amended.

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I’ve Been Made Redundant: Next Steps

One in three companies are expected to make redundancies by the end of September 2020 according to a study by the Chartered Institution of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and The Adecco Group.

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Redundancy Advice for Employers – A Guide

The breakout of the coronavirus pandemic has caused a major disruption in the way businesses operate. Surviving these times may require restructuring or downsize their businesses and consequently making their employees redundant. This blog aims to ensure the employer follow the rights steps to ensure that a redundancy process is carried out correctly and to minimize the risk of unfair dismissal claims. You can find out more about seeking legal advice for dismissing employees on our website.

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Discrimination and Redundancy: A Guide

With the growing number of redundancies being made across the UK, we have produced a guide on discrimination and redundancy. The two areas of law often go hand in hand as employers can unlawfully select employees for redundancy based on a discriminatory reason. Redundancy lawyers should be contacted in any case when the employee feels they have been discriminated against for any particular reason, thus resulting in an unfair redundancy.

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Redundancy and Garden Leave: How Does it Work?

Garden leave, or gardening leave as it is sometimes referred to, is a strategy used by employers to protect their business interests when an employee is leaving the business. The strategy can also be used when an employee is made redundant. But how does garden leave work? KLG has put together a guide to help you understand the process.

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