If you can work from home – continue to do so until Alert Level 2! If you need to work from your workplace premises, you must ensure your business has a plan in place to cater for the safety of your staff and customers…
A very relevant question “What happens now for Employers and Employees”? Further to our blog earlier this week here is some further clarification. Ensure you are being treated fairly, and Employers, know your obligations and follow the guidelines correctly. If you have any concerns regarding your obligations, rights or options under current conditions please contact us.
Your commercial lease is a legally binding contract. In this age of lock-down what are your rights – Landlord/Tenant? Communication and negotiation are key in these times. Seek legal advice from your lawyer and check your Lease before you negotiate further so that you know where you stand in the long-term. Contact us on email@example.com or phone any of our team
During this period it has left a lot of uncertainty and stress surrounding obligations and expectations between Employee and Employers. As an Employer of ‘Essential Service’ employees make sure you get it right. We have outlined some common questions and answers to generic matters:
– Is my business ‘considered’ an Essential Service?
– What does this mean for employers and employees?
If you need clarification or more detail, Lloyd Troon Law can assist, please do not hesitate to contact us.
This is a stressful time for both Employers and Employees. However the law does not change during challenging times, which means that the normal procedure applies for redundancies during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Employers continue to have to meet the same obligations under the Employment Relations Act 2000 that they had prior to Covid-19. Dale Lloyd is an expert in this field – she and her team are here to help with support and pragmatic advice.
Lloyd Troon Law Partners update. Following the Government Covid 19 Announcement we confirm that we, as a Team are working remotely. We are committed to offering the same level of service. Stay safe and be kind to each other
Dale is delighted in being selected by the Ministry to utilise her skills and depth of knowledge surrounding School Boards to assist with this exciting new project – another fantastic asset to our growing community
There are several tenancy law changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (“the Act”) and Residential (Healthy Homes Standards) Regulations 2019 that will affect your tenancy agreement and how you (as landlord) insure your property. The Act is the law that outlines your obligations as landlord. It is important that you are aware of these changes to ensure you maintain lawful practices as a landlord and that you adequately protect your property