Guidance on managing coronavirus issues at work

5 March 2021

The risks from Covid-19 are still very much present in the workplace and it is important to remember that employers have a duty of care towards their employees to protect the health and safety of their workforce. This information is being continually checked and updated.

Using the furlough scheme in 2021

4 March 2021

As the UK nations look to ease lockdown restrictions over the next few months, Ben McCarthy, lead researcher and employment law writer at Croner-i, explores the key things to bear in mind for those seeking to make use of the furlough scheme going forward.

HR implications of the PM’s roadmap

4 March 2021

Opeyemi Ogundeji, researcher and employment law writer at Croner-i, details the Prime Minister’s roadmap out of England’s lockdown and the HR implications of it.

Home office set up: a pain in the neck?

2 March 2021

Compared to 2019, musculoskeletal injuries are on the rise with homeworking likely to be the primary culprit. Laura King considers the causes and solutions.

Should employers provide time off for vaccines?

25 February 2021

Opeyemi Ogundeji, researcher and employment law writer at Croner-i, explores whether employers should provide their staff with time off to receive their Covid-19 vaccines, and if this time off should be paid.

Gender pay gap reporting in 2021

24 February 2021

With gender pay gap reports set to return this year, Ben McCarthy, lead researcher and employment law writer at Croner-i details what organisations need to know for this year’s gender pay gap reporting.

The latest on shielding

18 February 2021

Due to the reintroduction of lockdowns across Britain, shielding has returned in England, Scotland and Wales. This means that those who are most at risk from the coronavirus will be sent letters instructing them to stay in their homes meaning they should not come into work even if they cannot work from home. Opeyemi Ogundeji, researcher and employment law writer at Croner-i, explores this in more detail below.