I’ve spent the whole of my legal career in large law firms, in a case bubble, shielded from most business decisions. Trawling through case after case, never needing to worry where my caseload came from and never knowing what happened to my clients after I fixed their problems. I wanted more.
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⭐ Inspired HR is beyond proud to share the news that Nikki has been chosen to sit on the Entrepreneurs’ Forum ⭐
Inspired HR is beyond proud to share the news that Nikki has been chosen to sit on the Entrepreneurs’ Forum
The government has published the ‘COVID-19 Response – Autumn and Winter Plan 2021’ setting out plans for autumn and winter 2021/22 in England.
Regular readers will know that here at Inspired Legal Services we like to stay up to date with the latest employment law cases, so that we can bring you the impacts these may have for you as employers.
The UK’s Home Office has further delayed the end date for the temporary right to work check measures to April 5th, 2022.
The Prime Minister has confirmed that from 17th May, some indoor venues can reopen as England moves into Step 3 of the Roadmap.
Julie Barry answers common questions employers have about returning to work.
Some of the rules on what you can and cannot do changed on 29th March. However, many restrictions remain in place.
Public Health England has issued new guidance to those categorised as “extremely clinically vulnerable”.