What does the future hold for employment law?

The last of our virtual employment law roadshows, led by employment lawyers Chris Maddock, Amy Sergison and Lisa Kelly, covered the future of employment …

Could a more diverse workforce boost your bottom line?

A recent study found that more diverse companies are likely to outperform non-diverse companies on profitability. Watch our employment lawyers explore these and other insights in their latest webinar.

Employing migrant workers? Key Brexit considerations for employers

With everything that’s going on at the moment, it’s no surprise that many businesses have been distracted from the other elephant in the room.
A …

12 months in employment law: What’s changed?

Want a whistle stop tour of the main changes in employment law over the last 12 months?
Following on from their earlier webinar specifically about …

Employment roadshow webinar: Where is employment law now?

Thanks to COVID-19, it’s a topsy-turvy topic, but here our employment lawyers answer the key questions of the moment in the first of our virtual roadshows – now available for you to watch.

7 considerations for schools on their employees’ return to school

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When schools began to open more widely towards the end of the summer term, we outlined 5 key questions for schools to consider on …

Changes to furlough – key dates and details

Following the government’s announcement to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until the end of the October and introduce flexible furloughing from 1 July – here are the key dates and details for employers to note.

Physically returning to work? 5 key questions to consider

As the lockdown restrictions continue to be relaxed by the government, many employers will increasingly be considering how to safely return employees to the …

Preparing for the New Normal

Chris Maddock, head of employment at Muckle, recently worked with Sullivan Brown and People Science Consulting in a series of online networking sessions with over 60 senior HR professionals. Here’s what we learned.

Government’s controversial immigration bill pulled from second reading in the Commons

Employment lawyer Amy Sergison explains the government’s latest guidance on immigration and what happens after we leave the EU on 31 January 2020.