As businesses begin to think about how they will resume operations post-lockdown, we have drawn together 10 key people issues that will need to be borne in mind.
We will also be hosting this webinar with Q&A session to discuss and answer questions following the Government’s anticipated announcements about lockdown relaxation measures due on Sunday 10 May.
About the speakers:
Kirsty acts for Registered Providers, providing support and advice on all types of employment and HR matters. She advises on day-to-day enquiries covering issues such as disciplinaries and absence management, restructurings, and discrimination grievances; prepares Employment Tribunal claims through to trial; and undertakes policy and contract reviews. Kirsty also delivers training to HR teams and operational managers. In addition, she has acted as an investigating officer for clients, conducting investigations into lengthy grievances and whistleblowing complaints. Kirsty also has experience of advising on securing Executive departures and providing strategic advice on TUPE and large-scale exercises to change terms and conditions.
Katie regularly advises clients on a wide range of non-contentious and contentious employment issues, including defending complex employment tribunal claims for discrimination, victimisation, harassment, unfair dismissal, breach of contract, wrongful dismissal, and whistleblowing, as well as claims brought in the county court for unlawful deduction of wages. Katie also specialises in pensions and has expertise in advising clients on issues arising under the LGPS, SHPS, the NHS Pension Scheme and the Teachers’ Pension Scheme, as well as transactional experience in completing due diligence and guiding employers through TUPE related employment and pension issues in relation to outsourcing contracts, assets sales, share sales and mergers.