London Growth Hub Webinar: Navigating the Crisis

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Join the London Growth Hub and Funding London on Wednesday 22nd of April from 11.00 am and discover the latest updates on the job retention scheme, furloughing and redundancies.

They will also be looking at approaches other employers adopt to ease the cash flow pressure, including pay cuts, reducing hours, health and safety issues, and changes in relation to employee data privacy.

The session will be led by three experts in the field of employment:

Paul Callaghan, Partner and Head of the UK Employment, Pensions and Mobility team at Taylor Wessing. His practice involves him acting for and providing advice to employers in relation to all aspects of employment and labour law, particularly in relation to the technology, media and financial services sectors. He acts for a wide client base including both UK and US companies.

Joe Aiston, is a senior associate in the Employment, Pensions and Mobility group at Taylor Wessing. He acts for a wide range of businesses and some individuals, advising on all aspects of UK employment law, including advisory and transactional work as well as contentious matters. Joe also has a specialist interest in atypical working arrangements including the law relating to the use of agency workers.

Roxane Davey, is a senior associate in the Employment, Pensions & Mobility group at Taylor Wessing. She advises US and UK clients across numerous sectors on the broad range of employment law issues. This includes drafting and negotiation of employment contracts, redundancies, settlement agreements and litigating employment disputes.

To sign up to the webinar, click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/navigating-the-crisis-updates-to-the-employment-law-under-covid-19-tickets-102770980770?aff=BL

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