29 March 2021
Hybrid working and the bumpy road firms are facing
Comments by Kim Crangle, Associate in the Employment department at Payne Hicks Beach, on some of the legal challenges employers face as they prepare to welcome their workforce back to the office now solid progress is being made on vaccinations, first published in Wealth riefing online on on 25 March 2021 and reproduced with kind permission.
Kim discusses some of the legal challenges employers face they prepare to welcome their workforce back to the office. “We have already seen an increase in claims about working time, deductions from salaries, and redundancy." She continues: “It is not clear yet what age groups have brought the claims, but it may well be that young people most affected by job losses in the pandemic are the majority.”
Kim is an employment solicitor and part of our experienced Employment department that specialies in all aspects of employment law, from appointment to dismissal and advising both employers and employees. The team has valuable insight into the employment relationship and the need to provide effective, commercial, and imaginative solutions. alongside providing the highest degree of discretion, support and responsiveness to achieve agreed objectives for their clients.
10 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London WC2A 3QG
DX 40 London/Chancery Lane
Tel: 020 7465 4300 Fax: 020 7465 4400 www.phb.co.uk
This publication is not intended to provide a comprehensive statement of the law and does not constitute legal advice and should not be considered as such. It is intended to highlight some issues current at the date of its preparation. Specific advice should always be taken in order to take account of individual circumstances and no person reading this article is regarded as a client of this firm in respect of any of its contents.
The firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority: SRA Number 00059098
© 2021 Payne Hicks Beach
Back to Legal Updates Listing