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The Coronavirus global pandemic has affected everyone’s lives and it has left many, especially key workers, questioning their mortality and what would happen in the worst case scenario. Therefore, it will come as no surprise that many people are deciding there is no time like the present to write or update a will. More...

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected all of us in some way and, for the almost 33 million of us who work, we’ve seen our day-to-day lives and the way we earn an income adapt to the new way of life.

Although many are still on the front line, the majority of us are now working from home, have been furloughed, or sadly been let go. Environments have changed, responsibilities have been tweaked, but our employment rights are as strong as ever.

Here we answer a number of your FAQs regarding Coronavirus and employment law. More...

We are all weathering this coronavirus storm, but what that means on a personal level is different for everyone. Hopefully, work is not one of the things causing you to worry, but what if it is?

Maybe you've been asked to do something by your employer which made you feel uncomfortable? Or you felt forced in to agreeing to do something because of coronavirus? Perhaps you're having to choose between shielding a vulnerable family member and coming to work? Are you doubting yourself and putting your feelings of concern down to the general uncertainty of the current times?

You're probably dealing with everything all at once right now and the mere idea of tackling a workplace issue might be too much. However, in the world of employment law and resolving workplace disputes, time is of the essence.

I want to help you. Here is my advice on how to protect your legal position at work in 3 steps: More...