While the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) is causing disruption to businesses across the globe, you may be wondering how the pandemic affects your obligation to provide construction services to others, as set out in your contracts.
Alongside supporting staff, transitioning to remote working where possible and weathering the financial impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19), charity leaders also need to consider the impact on charity governance arrangements.
As coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) continues to dominate the headlines, we explore its effect on commercial properties, whether a university is either a tenant or landlord, and answer your most frequently asked questions.
With Higher Education Institutions moving to online teaching and allowing staff to work from home and more staff self-isolating and social distancing, there has been significant disruption to normal working patterns.
Higher Education Institutions will need to consider the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on their international staff and students who are sponsored under Tiers 2, 4 and 5 of the Points-Based System.
The Government announced on 18 March 2020 that most schools will be closed, to the majority of pupils at least, from Friday 20th March and that all A-level and GCSE examinations and primary assessments have been cancelled.
In this article, we respond to schools' and academy trusts' (referred to collectively in this article as 'schools' and 'employers') most common questions around pay for staff, sick pay, caring for dependants and protecting the health and safety of staff.