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8 October 2020 | Webinars | Article by Louise Price

Webinar: Employment Law Update replay | October 2020

Hosted by the Hugh James Employment and HR services team and HR Spectrum on Thursday 8 October2020, this webinar provided an employment law update discussing recent and key HR cases and forthcoming legislative changes. This included recent changes to legislation that have been introduced following the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit.

Following the employment law update, we concluded the webinar by holding an interactive session to look at some practical case studies arising from the pandemic. This included:

  • How to manage employees who choose to go on holiday to a country that is not covered by the travel corridor exemption vs those who are already abroad when the rules change
  • Considering what action needs to be taken when an employee is diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Managing issues regarding travel, health and childcare as we move to the next stage of the pandemic

This interactive session provided an opportunity to share ideas and discuss the approach organisations are taking to well-being and engagement in the current climate.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

Author bio

Louise Price


A highly specialised lawyer, Louise is a Partner and Head of Employment and HR services. Her expertise includes corporate support work, TUPE, pensions and employee benefits advice. She regularly advises private, public and third sector clients regarding large scale TUPE transfers of staff including drafting indemnities and warranties, advising on potential employment and pension liabilities, information and consultation obligations, and providing best value guidance.

Disclaimer: The information on the Hugh James website is for general information only and reflects the position at the date of publication. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be treated as such. If you would like to ensure the commentary reflects current legislation, case law or best practice, please contact the blog author.


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