In just over a week, I am presenting the Employment Law Autumn Report 2020.
Here's what it covers...
Topic 1: Rishi Sunak's Job Support Scheme
- which employers and employees qualify?
- what are the rules of the scheme?
- how does it differ from the furlough scheme?
- what happens if there is not enough work for the employee?
- what if the employee cannot work due to ill health (including Covid)?
Topic 2: More Coronavirus Stuff
- the job retention bonus
- the new criminal offence of allowing your self-isolating workers to come to work
- the litigator's sledgehammer: interim relief
Topic 3: Health & Safety Detriments / Dismissals in the time of Coronavirus
- sections 44 and 100 of the Employment Rights Act 1996
- what is meant by 'serious' and 'imminent' danger to health?
- is commuting to work covered?
- are employees entitled to be paid if staying at home under s44?
- how employers should deal with employees who refuse to come into work - the practical answer
Topic 4: Three Big Caselaw Developments from the last three months
- Constructive dismissal (Phoenix Academy Trust v Kilroy)
- Personality clash dismissals (Gallacher v Abellio Scotrail)
- Changing contract terms after a TUPE transfer (Fergusen v Astrea Asset Management)
Registration costs £45+VAT per person (free to members of the HR Inner Circle), and each delegate will receive a bespoke .pdf workbook, access to the live webinar, and an 'on demand' recording afterwards. It's taking place on 20 October 2020 at 10am, and will last about two hours.
You can register here.