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Chris Lynn focuses his practice on employment law. He advises clients across a wide range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters, such as redundancy, performance management, disciplinary, TUPE transfers, sexual harassment, managing long-term sickness absence and discrimination. He has regularly delivered training to clients in both group and one-on-one sessions. Read Chris Lynn's full bio.

Returning to the Workplace in the UK: Key Issues for Employers

By , and on Jul 8, 2020
Posted In Employment

As the UK Government works through its phased COVID-19 recovery strategy and lockdown restrictions are progressively eased, employers in the United Kingdom are contemplating the implications of returning staff to the workplace. In this article, we address some of the key issues for employers to consider, with a particular focus on the UK Government’s “Covid-secure”...

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The Month of Change: June Ushers in the “New Normal” in the United Kingdom

By , and on Jun 11, 2020
Posted In Employment

In the UK, changes in restrictions will see non-essential shops opening and many workers hesitantly going back into offices even though they could work from home. Government focus has therefore started to shift to the “re-opening” of business. Access the full article.

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UK Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Significant Developments

By , and on Apr 28, 2020
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has issued its sixth update to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Guidance (Guidance). Separately, the UK Treasury has issued a Treasury Direction (Direction) to HMRC setting out the legal framework for the Scheme. There are few points that have been clarified in the Guidance, but there is one glaring...

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UK Employment Rate and Compensation Increases Now in Effect

By and on Apr 23, 2019
Posted In Employment

In case you have been distracted by other recent events in the UK, here is a reminder that the compensation limits on Employment Tribunal awards and certain other amounts payable under UK employment legislation increased as of the first week of April 2019. This alert sets out the changes in full and highlights important consequences...

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