Employing Staff in Uncertain Times (23 March)

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The Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been extended again as part of the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s March Budget and some businesses are just starting to feel the effects of Brexit. Whilst the furlough extension offers welcome assistance, the difficult trading environment may be forcing you to think about redundancies and letting staff go so there has never been a more challenging time for employers.

Richard Gvero and Miranda Mulligan will outline the options employers should consider. They will cover what you need to know about the latest extension to the furlough scheme, how to manage staff through restructures and redundancies, as well as looking at the alternatives to redundancy.

At the beginning of the webinar there will be a brief networking session to help you get to know the speakers and other delegates. We encourage everybody to join in and switch on your cameras.

After the presentation there will be a Q&A when delegates are invited to ask their questions, however big or small. You can also submit a question in advance when booking your place.

Date and time

23 March 2021

11 am to 12 noon




We are co-hosting this webinar with the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce and it is free to register.

Please book on the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce website.

You will be sent joining instructions for Zoom after you have registered.


Richard Gvero
Joint Senior Partner and Head of Employment Law
T: 01992 305210
E: richard.gvero@longmores.law

Richard specialises in employment law and regularly helps businesses and individuals with a broad spectrum of staffing issues, including company restructures and redundancy, disciplinary and grievance processes, TUPE and other employment aspects of commercial contracts and all types of employment dispute, including unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.

Miranda Mulligan

Associate Solicitor specialising in Employment Law
T: 01992 305212
E: miranda.mulligan@longmores.law

Miranda is a solicitor specialising in employment law. She advises both businesses and individuals on employment law and other HR issues. Miranda advises on and prepares contracts of employment, consultancy agreements and settlement agreements.