In this webinar, an update will be provided on the most significant recent developments over the past six months, including clarifying confusion in relation to IR35 and reviewing the often overlooked implications of allowing employees to work abroad.
WFW advises Advance Energy on acquisition of 50% stake in Carnarvon Timor and reverse takeover raising US$20m6 May 2021
In return for its stake in the project, Advance Energy is funding the drilling of the new Buffalo-10 well for up to US$20m on a free-carry basis.
This article examines a recent case where it was held that the employer could not rely on the ‘reasonable steps’ defence where anti-harassment training provided to employees had become ‘stale’.
As the maritime sector increasingly turns its attention to environmental, social and corporate governance issues, our latest article explores seafarer welfare, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how employers can promote the wellbeing of seafarers.
The acquisition provides a portfolio of operated renewable energy opportunities in South East Asia totalling 4 GW, initially focusing on two high graded opportunities in the Philippines.
Members of the Employment and Immigration team will look at the recent and important developments in employment and immigration law in a webinar.
In this article we discuss the UK’s post-Brexit immigration rules and the ways businesses can prepare for the end of free movement.
This article discusses a new recommendation to the European Court of Justice, which has the potential to complicate collective redundancy consultations.
This article outlines how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), set to remain open until 31 March 2021, supports individuals and businesses who are impacted by disruption caused by coronavirus.
This article explains how the new UK Job Support Scheme (including the most recent updates) coming into force on 1 November 2020 will enable businesses to retain employees on shorter hours.