As UK businesses begin to re-open their doors, employers are having to embrace a range of new challenges. At the top of that list will be the additional protections that COVID-19 has forced organisations to put in place.
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Rhian Radia joined Bishop & Sewell to head up the employment team in 2019.
She has a City background and over 19 years of experience practising employment law. Rhian advises both companies and senior individuals on a full range of employment matters and is well placed to see employment issues from every perspective. She works closely with HR teams to promote claim avoidance and manage risk. Rhian is committed to understanding the specific needs of her various clients and has particular experience of advising in the financial services, healthcare and media sectors.
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that there has been no choice for businesses but to become flexible. What will happen when the pandemic is over?
Following a government commissioned consultation, new parents are to benefit from an increase in legal protection against redundancy. This follows concerns that the law is not working to protect new parents and that more needs to be done to promote job security when a new baby arrives on the scene.