For this webinar, we will be joined by Chamber member Cripps Pemberton Greenish law firm which specialises in providing practical and commercial advice to businesses and entrepreneurs to assist them to reduce their exposure and protect their business through the current lockdown and uncertainty. If you have staff and are concerned about your outgoings, there is support available from the UK government to see you through the crisis.

During the webinar Melanie Stancliffe, Employment Partner at the firm, will address the following areas:

A summary of the latest Government assistance and financial support measures available for businesses in the UK, and how and when these can be implemented to enable you to:-

  1. reduce your business’ staffing costs
  2. use the government’s Furlough Leave Scheme and what you need to do first
  3. benefit for the Self-Employment Income Saving Scheme
  4. explore what other benefits and protections can be used

Melanie will provide practical tips and after the presentation you will have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have to the speaker.

When: Monday 27th April at 2:30pm (UK time)

Melanie Stancliffe, is a partner in Cripps Pemberton Greenish’s employment team and is ranked as an expert in legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. With over 21 years’ experience, Melanie advises businesses, senior executives and the self-employed on the Coronavirus and a range of employment matters including terminations, boardroom disputes and high value tribunal claims.  She advises clients regularly about the impact of Covid 19 and has been the expert contributor on Radio 5 live, speaking of the experience of clients in the IT, technology, financial services and retail sectors.


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