Employment Law Update webinar As per usual it’s been a busy year in realm of employment law with many changes coming in 2021. Are you up to date? Here are just some of the changes you need to be aware of which come into force this year: Brexit and immigrationNational Minimum Wage increasesChanges to IR35 Thursday 4th March 2021, 10am – 11.45am via Zoom To book – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/employment-law-update-2021-tickets-137660176293?aff= Who Should Attend? The webinar is aimed at HR/personnel directors and managers, business owners and those in charge of staff. It is free of charge and is being hosted by Supertemps and S2 Recruitment with guest speakers Simon Bloch and Paul Chamberlain from JMW Solicitors LLP.
The Extended Restrictions Business Fund non Domestic Rates and Discretionary grants, which temporarily closed for Conwy County Businesses on Tuesday 16th February will re-open for applications at 12pm Monday 22nd. This fund covers the extended period of restrictions announced on the 29th January. If you have already applied to the scheme or received an automatic payment (NDR grant only) do not reapply. If you have not already received a payment or applied to this fund when the scheme re-opens you will be able to apply Please note There are no automatic payments being made through the discretionary fund all eligible businesses will need to submit an applicationIf your business is […]
Beyond Next 3 weeks – If cases of coronavirus continues to fall and improvements to the Public Health in Wales this is what is being considered in the next review period on the 8th of March: Return to school will be main priority with the aim of getting primary aged school children and some older students, returning to schools and colleges from 15th MarchLook at lifting the stay at home messageChanges to non-essential shops and hairdressers Talks are also taking place about reopening tourism in time for Easter, looking at prioritising self contained accommodation.
On 1 March, the law around where people can smoke in Wales is changing. This means that hospital grounds, school grounds, public playgrounds, and outdoor care settings for children will be required to be smoke-free. It will be an offence to smoke in a smoke-free area and anyone caught breaking the law could face a £100 fine. The legislation will also make changes in the tourism sector. There are currently exemptions that allow smoking in self-contained holiday and temporary accommodation (cottages, caravans, chalets and Airbnb etc.) and for hotels, guesthouses, inns, hostels and members’ clubs to have smoking bedrooms. The new legislation keeps these exemptions, but only for a limited […]
In this update WG sets out what has changed since December and what that means for their decision making. https://gov.wales/coronavirus-control-plan-alert-levels-wales-coming-out-lockdown
Stay-at-home restrictions will continue in Wales as the youngest pupils begin returning to school from Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today. Following the latest review of coronavirus restrictions, the Welsh Government also announced some minor changes to the current rules: From Saturday 20 February, four people from two different households will be able to meet outdoors for socially distanced local exercise. This doesn’t apply to private gardens.From March 1, the law will be changed to allow licensed wedding venues, such as visitor attractions and hotels, to re-open but only to perform wedding and civil partnership ceremonies.Sport Wales will make arrangements for more of our talented athletes to resume training […]