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author: Merrill April

Whilst the timing of a resignation will usually be contingent on multiple factors, it is vital that Senior Executives do not act in haste when tendering their resignation.

Opportunities are opening up for senior executives as the UK labour market continues to recover, aided by the relaxation of most Coronavirus restrictions. As a result, many senior executives will either be contemplating a strategic move or facing a possible exit from their current role as a result of restructuring, as companies re-position to take advantage of changes in their sector. In this alert, Partner Merrill April and Associate Louise O’Connor discuss 5 top tips for senior executives to consider when making a strategic move.

We are delighted to bring you this recording of an expert discussion between members of leading international employment law alliance Innangard, exploring and offering insight into key issues concerning workers and employers in the current climate in the UK, Spain and Sweden.

The current flexible furlough scheme has been operating in its current form since 1 November 2020 and is due to end on 30 September 2021. Multiple Treasury directions have stated that one purpose of the extended scheme has been to reduce “damage to economic activity in the UK”. 

We are pleased to share with you the video recording from our recent “Beyond Geographical Differences: US v UK Lateral Partner Vetting” Webinar, co-hosted with Decipher and Barnes & Thornburg LLP.

You have received a positive pregnancy result and you are delighted.  Your boss however seems less than thrilled to hear the news that you are an expectant mother. 

The thirteenth and final session ended the IFSEA 2021 Virtual Conference with a bang. We met the Management Board of Broadside PLC, a hypothetical multinational retail company facing a major corporate crisis: in the middle of the due diligence process for the sale of the US arm of the business, ongoing embezzlement by one of the company’s international executives and false accounting has been discovered by the GC who tries to cover it up.

The pressures on workers with family carer responsibilities has never been higher, and the need for employers to acknowledge and support those workers never more urgent.

The fourth session was a really interesting and varied discussion on global mobility issues for organisations and senior executives, with perspectives from the US and the UK.

The Covid-19 pandemic has encouraged many businesses to look at hybrid models for flexible work, given the dramatic widespread shift to remote working.