Thanks to the unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, little has been certain in 2020 – however, it’s undisputed that the coronavirus crisis will have a severe impact on the economy.
With Chancellor Rishi Sunak having confirmed that the CJRS (Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme) will come to an end on 31st October, many employers are – unfortunately – beginning to consider redundancies.
At Bellevue Law we know how stressful job uncertainty can be – particularly in such difficult times. However, if you’re concerned that your role may be at risk, it’s best to be prepared.
For more general advice, we recommend consulting our earlier blog article ‘Three things to consider if you are facing redundancy
”. Below, we’ll offer some pointers for coronavirus-era redundancies, which have been informed by our recent experiences supporting both employers and employees.
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