- September 2020: the penultimate phase of the Job Retention Scheme - As of September 1st 2020, employers will need to pay more towards the cost of furloughed employees. Until now, the UK government has contributed 80% of the employee’s wage – capped at £2,500. That contribution has now dropped to 70%, with employer’s making up the extra 10%. Employers must also pay National Insurance and pension contributions, [...]
- Coronavirus: Witnessing Wills by Video Link - In September 2020, the government will be making temporary changes to the law to allow the witnessing of Wills using video conferencing software (such as Zoom, Skype, and Facetime) in England and Wales.
All employees have a statement of Terms and Conditions. This document sets out an employee’s rights, responsibilities and duties.
With all employee contracts, it is possible that issues may arise which will impact your business.
As an employer you know it is vital to avoid disputes with your employees where possible and to approach situations like this delicately. No matter what your issue is with your employee our solicitors at Parrott & Coales have all the relevant knowledge and expertise to help and support you through the process of dealing with the problem.