On Friday 12 June the awaited additional guidance relating to the operation of the next phase of the CJRS (or "CJRS v2" as it's been dubbed by many) was released. Naturally many employers have been waiting for this additional guidance to come through with a view to factoring this into their wider decision-making processes.

This on-demand webinar will take you through the latest key issues to consider and we hope you find the session useful.

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Additional resources, including the presentation slides, can be accessed via this link: https://communications.footanstey.com/72/632/landing-pages/employment-webinar-resources.asp

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    Karen Bates
    Partner | Head of Employment
    Karen is a member of the Firm’s Management Board and is responsible for the leadership of a team of over 45 lawyers within the Firm’s commercial and employment teams. She has been particularly involved in developing the firm’s employment, pensions and business immigration team as a team of advisory specialists within the business group. Karen’s approach is to think about the bigger picture and advise clients on the best way to achieve their goals.
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    James Collings
    James manages a talented team of employment specialists focused on delivering responsive, professional, and practically focused support to clients in looking after their most important asset – their people. He has a particular interest in complex employee relations matters, NMW compliance, senior executive disputes, and restructuring, as well as providing employment tribunal support (including tribunal advocacy) for large scale consumer and retail business across the UK.
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    Claire Holland
    Claire has significant experience advising large national and international companies and works closely with clients to understand their aims and objectives. She provides commercial and practical advice, helping clients to manage the employment aspects of complex transactions and internal restructuring exercises, as well as advising on the TUPE implications of business transfers and outsourcing arrangements. Claire is recognised for her responsiveness and down-to-earth approach and her ability to cut through complex areas of law to provide clear and straightforward advice.
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    Sarah Peacock
    Sarah leads the firm’s employment practice in Southampton. She has almost two decades of experience in contentious and non-contentious employment work, including all aspects of discrimination. She is well regarded for her knowledge and pragmatic advice and enjoys working with clients to find bespoke solutions when dealing with particularly complex and challenging situations.