Dealing with the employment law implications of the coronavirus is difficult – especially if you don’t know what your options are when it comes to your staff.

Some employers are are getting it badly wrong.

To help you make the best decision for you and your staff, we have produced a guide including with dealing with:

  • If someone has coronavirus symptoms at work
  • Staying open for business: vulnerable people, working from home, flexible working if an employee does not want to go to work
  • If you need to close the workplace:  lay-offs, short-time working, using holiday
  • If an employee needs time off work to look after someone
  • If someone has coronavirus symptoms at work

If you aren’t sure of your options – call us on 08000 614 631.

Everyone needs help to make sure they do the right thing –  and we are happy to do our bit… for free.

Download your guide here : Coronavirus advice

FREE first advice

Have you ever wanted to just ask an expert employment law solicitor if they can help you, without worrying about what it may cost to contact them?

Get in touch

We’d like to talk to you to see what we can do to help, so please either call us anytime for free on 08000 614 631, email us or use the form below.

Together we can work out what your next steps might confidence, at no cost and with no obligation.


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