With the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK, you might find yourself having to take time off work. During this time, it is important to know your rights to sick pay if you cannot work due to COVID-19.
If you are concerned or want to ensure you receive what you are entitled to, get in touch with us today.
With the UK in lockdown, there’s no denying the impact this will have on businesses in the coming weeks and months. From sick pay to homeworking, for employees and employers, knowing your rights and obligations during this time is crucial.
Here, we set out summary guidance for employers and employees to provide clarity and address the current legal position on some of the most significant employment law issues at this time. For urgent advice on employment issues during the pandemic, contact us on 01738 623432 or complete our online enquiry form.
These are testing times for us all, especially for those who are in the process of buying or selling a property. Moving home is stressful at the best of times – and even more so now in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether it is a baby boom or an increase in divorce, the current pandemic will certainly see a shift in behaviour patterns and family structures when things come to pass.
For some, the prospect of being quarantined with their partner will be a welcome opportunity to spend time together, and many people are even predicting a baby boom at Christmas! Whereas for others, it may force couples to spend more time together causing tensions in their relationship to rise to the surface. China’s divorce spike is a warning to the rest of the locked-down world as the coronavirus outbreak is very likely to lead to an increase in marriage break-ups because couples are being kept in self-isolation together.