Topical legal content articles for marketing employment law

With a constant stream of employment case law emanating from tribunals, frequent employer consultations and new regulations coming into force, it is important to keep your business clients up to date.

 A monthly subscription to the employment law articles from the Berners legal content library will ensure that you have all the marketing content that your law firm needs to keep your website up to date, populate client newsletters and provide topical material for social media.

 We get fantastic feedback from our clients about the quality of our legal content, so why not take a look and request a free sample and price list.

Forthcoming legal topics

Examples of the employment law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:

Keeping redundancies fair and the alternatives

  • updates to the Government’s coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS);
  • alternatives to making redundancies
  • five key elements of a fair redundancy; and
  • restructuring your workforce to meet current challenges.

Key risks for employers during the COVID-19 crisis

  • ensuring your business can still operate effectively
  • ensuring a fair redundancy process where necessary;
  • managing and supporting staff working from home; and
  • data protection risks associated with home working.

Coronavirus FAQs for employers

  • key changes to certifying for statutory sick pay (SSP);
  • SSP and employees unable to work because of coronavirus;
  • government support for paying employees on furlough leave; and
  • when employees can return from furlough leave.

Changes in the law for April 2020 and beyond

  • key changes published by the government;
  • extending entitlement to the National Living Wage;
  • updates of significant cases; and
  • how Brexit will affect employment rights.

Garden leave - protecting your business when employees go

  • what is garden leave and how is it beneficial to a business?
  • when can you use garden leave?
  • key terms to include in the contract and penalties for breach of terms; and
  • using restrictive covenants as an alternative.

Changing from employee to consultant: pitfalls to avoid

  • the difference between employees and consultants;
  • benefits to the employer and the consultant;
  • commercial and legal risks to the employer; and
  • steps to take in reducing the risks.

Would you like to receive a sample of our legal content and information about pricing?

Yes please

Get in touch ...

We are always happy to have an informal chat. As a member of the Law Consultancy Network, if we cannot help you we may be able to introduce you to a specialist who can.

Contact
Tell us your communication preferences