Monthly Archives: May 2020

Navigator Webinars

In response to the ongoing pandemic, we used our expertise to deliver a number of webinars on key topics of the moment. We are continuing to listen to feedback and are developing further webinars to be released in due course. You can find out details of the webinars currently available […]

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Legal Issues – Coronavirus Update (29 May)

Following the announcement by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, this afternoon employers now know the latest twist in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme story.  After a period of relative calm with employees on furlough leave and grants of 80% of salary being processed on the HMRC portal, the goalposts have now […]

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Legal Issues – Coronavirus update (12 May)

Following the announcement by the Chancellor in Parliament today, the headline story is that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is now going to run until 31 October 2020.  We have already had 3 extensions and more are possible but what is clear is that what started as a 3 month […]

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Navigator News – Updated bulletin following statement from PM

Following the broadcasts by the Prime Minister and the First Minister yesterday, the latest update is that matters are largely “as you were” – at least for now – in Scotland as the fight against coronavirus continues.  Leaving aside the differences which have now emerged between the guidance for England […]

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Navigator News

As part of our ongoing attempts to keep our clients and contacts up to date with developments on furlough leave and the CJRS, we had been anticipating the release today of our latest update on the scheduled changes which the Government had been due to announce (7 May). Many of […]

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Webinar – Special Series – Health & Safety

The next chapter in the new normality – returning to the workplace post lockdown Recorded webinar – release date 7th May 2020 What will it cover? It is expected that soon we will see an easing of the restrictions of movement observed so far during this public health crisis, and […]

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