Tag: Employment law advice
Extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
As you have probably heard the Job Support Scheme, which was scheduled to come in on Sunday 1st November, has been postponed. Instead, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), also known as the Furlough scheme, has been extended to the end of March 2021. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is being extended until March but it... Read more »
Here’s what your employer doesn’t want you to know about your settlement agreement offer!
If you’ve been offered a settlement agreement, you may be thinking… “Do I have to sign this?” If you’re happy with what you’ve been offered, and are happy to be leaving then there’s no need to read this post. But if you feel there’s scope for getting more from your employer, then read on….. Don’t... Read more »
What about the employee?
Time and time again I see articles on ‘employee retention’ popping up in my inbox or social media feeds. The topics typically include discussions or recommendations on rewards, benefits, culture and finish with an offer of policies, or audits or reviews or some vague suggestions on how to retain staff through career development, etc. As... Read more »
Help! My employer is not the “right fit” for me…. What can I do?
What can you do if work, is not working, for you? There are an abundance of posts about employees not being “the right fit” and what employers can do to exit them from their business. However, little is written about what an employee can do when they discover their employer is no longer the “right... Read more »