Employers supported through roadmap out of lockdown
As lockdown continues to ease, and the UK gets set for the June 21 when restrictions on social contact are set to be lifted, there are many implications for employers to consider.
From the continuation of home working and virtual contact, to bringing back employees into the business after furlough leave, the spectrum of issues being faced by businesses will be discussed by experts from Sintons, together with Reed HR.
During the pandemic, Sintons became a trusted advisor to both new and existing clients as they came to terms with the fast-changing situation around the running of their business and retention and deployment of staff.
Through providing up-to-the-minute advice on developments around the Job Retention Scheme and other Government COVID-19 measures, Sintons became the go-to advisor for many in negotiating their way through the uncertainty.
By holding regular Q&A webinars and online events, alongside the use of content and social media to convey updates and information, employers have benefitted from free advice and guidance during some of the most challenging times they have ever faced.
Now, through this new event, held on May 20, employers can help prepare for the next phase, as businesses emerge from the pandemic restrictions into the ‘new normal’ everyday life.
“We’ve been by the side of countless business owners during the pandemic, helping to provide advice and clarity during times when that has been absent elsewhere – they have faced some of the biggest challenges imaginable, which were thrust upon them overnight from March 23 last year, and we are pleased to have guided so many through it to this point,” says Keith Land, head of employment at Sintons.
“Now, as we prepare to emerge from restrictions, it’s far from ‘business as usual’ for many businesses, as the last year has necessitated so many changes. Through holding this event, we will advise employers on the very latest advice and guidance in employment law, and offer support on how to negotiate this.
“As we continue to move out of restrictions and rebuild from the impact of the past year, we appreciate that the challenges for businesses do not end here. We’ll continue to support our businesses regionally and nationally in every way we can, as we move forward together.”
* The Roadmap out of Lockdown event will be held on Thursday, May 20, from 10am to 11.30am. It will be a virtual event due to continuing social restrictions. To register attendance, please contact Peter Jennings on email@example.com or call 0191 226 7907.