• Our ‘returning to work after lockdown’ webinar series provides practical advice and legal guidance to ensure your business is equipped to make the transition back to work. 

    Planning for the future is a difficult task at the best of times. Right now, business owners are facing the additional challenge of trying to predict the demand for their products and services. Consideration also needs to be given to operational costs and expenses, staffing and stock levels, and continuing relationships with suppliers and customers to achieve business turnover, and ultimately generate a profit.

    In this series our specialist solicitors provide advice on actions to take and how to safeguard your business and support your staff moving forward.

    Who should attend?

    The ‘Returning to work after lockdown’ webinar series is tailored for owners or senior managers, HR managers and finance managers in small to medium sized businesses.

    Why attend?

    Gain valuable legal guidance and practical advice from our specialist solicitors on issues around employment, property, cash flow, staff issues, health and safety, commercial contracts, and finance.

    Returning to work after lockdown webinar series

    Managing your workforce (recorded Tuesday 5 May)

    Health and safety expert Lee May and employment law specialist Colin Smith cover staff management issues and practical health and safety considerations for the return to work. This webinar features an extensive question and answer session at the end of the recording.
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    Managing your property needs (recorded Thursday 7 May)

    Ash Jilani and James Millis provide expert guidance on what you can do now to reduce business costs, how to negotiate with your landlord, and whether social distancing means you will have to make alterations to your property.
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    Managing cashflow and protecting your business (recorded Tuesday 12 May)

    Claire Williams from Brachers’ Corporate team covers issues including trade credit, new sources of finance and other finance options available for your business. Debt collection and insolvency specialist Paul Abdey also advises how to implement an effective credit control procedure and what to do if a customer fails to pay.
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    Managing your commercial decisions (recorded Friday 22 May)

    If your business is disrupted by coronavirus you need to review your commercial agreements for issues. Our commercial law experts Sarah Hewitt and Lacie Kerner provide guidance on how you can comply with your contractual obligations, how to include appropriate protections in your future contracts and more.
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    Brachers’ webinar attendee testimonials

    “This is the second Brachers’ webinar I’ve attended, both very informative, I learnt so much. Many thanks.”

    “Really interesting and thought provoking.”

    “An excellent webinar.”

    “Very informative, thank you.”

    “Many thanks for today, I found it very helpful.”

    “Very concise and enjoyable.”

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

    This content is correct at time of publication

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