• This timely autumn webinar series focuses on the significant immediate, mid, and long term issues for businesses adapting in the wake of COVID-19 lockdown.

    Get expert guidance and advice on issues including how to manage business restructuring, alternative options to redundancy, working capital and cashflow, how to effectively utilise technical efficiencies, and business strategy.

    As well as our expert solicitors, we welcomed a range of guest speakers to speak at this autumn webinar series.

    The webinar recordings are free to view.

    Autumn webinar series

    Managing restructuring and redundancies (recorded Thursday 10 September)

    Speakers Catherine Daw and Colin Smith provide guidance and top tips on how to manage the redundancy process. They also identify common pitfalls to look out for when planning and developing restructuring and redundancy proposals.

    They also focus on the key do’s and don’ts, both legally and practically, in planning and implementing a redundancy process.

    Listen to the webinar recording.

    Future proof your business – adapting to survive (recorded Thursday 1 October)

    Hosted by Colin Smith, this panel-style webinar discussion focuses on guidance for businesses covering issues such as alternative options to redundancy, funding, and how to effectively utilise processes and technical efficiencies in your business.

    Alongside Brachers Partner Antonio Fletcher, we welcomed Andrew Tate and Philip Pilgrim to the panel for this webinar.

    Listen to the webinar recording.

    Audience

    This autumn webinar series is tailored for business owners, senior managers, HR managers and finance managers.

    Key benefits

    Gain valuable legal guidance and practical advice from our specialist solicitors and expert guest speakers.

    Disclaimer: The content of these webinars is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording.

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    Take a look at our Employment & HR page for useful information, resources, guidance, details of our team and how we may be able to help you

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