What options do we have if we need staff to work, but are not yet ready to get back to full workforce capacity? What if redundancies are necessary? Have we updated our risk assessment?
If you are asking yourself these questions, you are planning for when things start turning back to normal – whatever normal will be. From a workplace and employment perspective, there are some important issues for which employers should start preparing. The ability of many employers to respond effectively to the post-COVID-19 environment will be critically linked to good planning and communication.
We will be joined by David Ludlow, Partner and Head of the Employment Team at Moore Barlow. David’s expertise in Employment Law will help to answer your concerns and issues around the impact of the Coronavirus on your business and employees.
This could include questions around:
The practicalities of getting staff back to work
Restructuring and redundancies
Using the furlough scheme until the end of October
David heads up the Employment Law team (Businesses and Individuals).
He advises and represents a wide range of businesses, charities, schools and private individuals on the full range of employment law and related legal issues.
He thrives in helping businesses resolve general issues in relation to Employment Law as well as boardroom and shareholder disputes and employee competition litigation. He has considerable experience in NHS Primary care employment and partnership disputes and also in Secondary care where he advises consultants on their terms and conditions.
He is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and am also a Legal Adviser to The Employment Agency Movement.
He has been regularly listed in the main independent legal directories, namely Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 where he have been referred to as “practical and reasonable”, “well regarded” and a “solid practitioner” in recent years. He has also been highlighted in Chambers & Partners as a ‘leading individual’ in the field of Employm
Chris heads up the business liaison unit for Woking Borough Council, with responsibility for the Woking Works Partnership between the Council and key businesses from the Borough. He also has 25 years in the events, hotels, hospitality and catering sector and has run his own event management company.