Hybrid working– what does this mean for your business?
In this webinar we look at current market trends as to how businesses are reconfiguring their space requirements, to bring in extra income and reduce overheads. We will look at the option of sharing office space with other businesses: Key points include:
Alienation – what does the lease say and what steps can you take:
Sharing and other informal arrangements
Longer term options: co-locating
In addition, we will consider the employment law considerations that come with the sharing of office space between businesses, such as confidentiality and data protection.
Katie jointly heads up the Employment, HR & Pensions Team and is based in our London office. 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.
Dan brings a pragmatic, commercially focused approach to his work with a ‘can do’ attitude – problem solving any issues to help the client get the transaction over the line with a risk profile they are comfortable with.