Has the lockdown increased the chances of burnout?
Has the lockdown increased the chances of burnout? A recent survey found that almost 50% of managers believe that their employees are at risk of burnout, with changes to their working routine, location and hours being cited as a major contributing factor. In addition to this, over one-third of employees surveyed openly said that they… Continue reading
14 day post-travel quarantine – Guidance for employers
14 day post-travel quarantine – Guidance for employers Earlier this month new regulations were put in place under which it is now required that upon arrival back into the UK, holidaymakers and travellers will be required to undergo a 14-day period of post-travel quarantine. With many businesses now returning to the workplace or with many… Continue reading
Sex discrimination in the workplace
Sex discrimination in the workplace Sex discrimination has continued to be an issue within society and this systematic sex discrimination often has a direct effect on those at work. There are often situations where sex discrimination may not necessarily be deliberate, but this discrimination still needs to be addressed. If you know of any issues… Continue reading
HPC Law: Kick Start Scheme & Furlough Changes
HPC Update – July 2020 Kick start The Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of the Exchequer recently announced a new ‘kick start’ scheme with a range of financial incentives for businesses which are designed to help businesses re-build and grow now that restrictions have been lifted. The incentives are as follows:- £1,000… Continue reading
What you need to know about the governments COVID19 Phase 2 plans.
What you need to know about the governments COVID19 Phase 2 plans. As you may have seen, Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has outlined his plans on the government will revive the economy following the COVID19 pandemic. The government is moving into Phase 2 of its three-step plan. The announcement stated a £30bn package to help… Continue reading