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Returning from Furlough – with JMW solicitors

Webinar recorded live:
Categories: Guest speakers & industry specialists,Legislation


Returning to the workplace following a global pandemic can be a scary prospect, especially when there are so many different guidelines and obligations to navigate as an employer.

JMW’s employment team joined us for a Q&A webinar to get you answers to anything you needed clarity on.

They gave the latest update on the status of the Government’s Job Retention Scheme, then we opened up the floor to your questions on areas including:

– The un-furloughing process
– Creating a Covid-secure workplace
– The legal process for redundancies
– Your rights as an employee

 

Anita Rai is a Partner and Head of Employment in JMW’s London office.

Anita has over 20 years’ experience in advising across the entire spectrum of employment issues to businesses, ranging from thriving start-ups to professional services firms (including the estate agency and property-letting sectors), as well as senior executives and founders. This gives Anita a unique, and well-honed insight into both sides’ perspectives enabling her to quickly devise powerful tactical strategies to achieve her clients’ goals. Anita is renowned for her intuitive, commercial no-nonsense approach. She is frequently described by clients as being a formidable negotiator who skilfully manages to achieve their end game. She naturally and swiftly builds trusted relationships with clients, many of whom tell her that is she is in their top ten speed dial numbers!

Kate Martin is an Associate in the Employment Team in JMW’s London Office, having previously worked in an international City law firm for more than 5 years.

Kate has a significant amount of experience in advising a broad client base of employers, from the technology to construction sectors. Kate’s expertise ranges from advising on sensitive employee mental health matters to restructuring projects and everything in between. Kate is always thinking about the most strategic, pragmatic and commercial way of achieving her clients’ objectives, and her advice is always tailored to the business and its sector – it is never a one-size fits all when it comes to employment and labour law matters. Kate not only has experience in advising on UK employment law matters, but she has also built up extensive experience in providing labour law advice to her clients who have decided to operate in jurisdictions outside of the UK.