Join our live Zoom Q&A sessions on Key COVID-19 Concerns for Employers and Employees this Wednesday at 9.30am and 4pm
The impact of the Coronavirus outbreak means that this is a challenging and uncertain time for employers and employees alike. The employment law position is changing daily, most recently with the announcement of the UK Government Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on Friday.
We will be holding two live online Zoom sessions this Wednesday for our clients and friends, covering the key employment law issues that we are being asked by employers and executives, and we will be taking your questions live too. Please do join us at a time below that suits you.
CM Murray employment law partners Sarah Chilton and Beth Hale, who have been talking in the media each day about the impact of Coronavirus on employer-employee issues, will share some information with you on common questions and will answer any specific employment concerns you might have, including:
- Issues around sick pay and self-isolation
- Changing working hours and reducing pay
- Redundancy process, payments and rights
- Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
- Zero hours contracts and freelancers
- Dealing with new hires who haven’t arrived yet
We will be holding two separate sessions on Wednesday, 25 March 2020. To join one of these sessions, please click on the links below:
Session 1: Wednesday, 25 March 2020 at 9.30am – 10.30am (GMT) – join this Zoom session here.
Session 2: Wednesday, 25 March 2020 at 4.00pm – 5.00pm (GMT) – join this Zoom session here.
Please submit your questions in advance to help us focus on the issues you would most like to discuss. All questions are welcome and encouraged. Please submit your questions to Sarah Chilton and Beth Hale.
No pre-registration is required, but please reply here to confirm if you plan to join the call to help us manage the Zoom call most effectively.