A leading employment law firm based in Maidenhead has published guidelines with advice for employers and employees affected by Coronavirus to follow. Following the Coronavirus outbreak, official advice to ‘avoid social contact’ and practice social distancing has thrown hundreds of businesses into a period of uncertainty. 


KLG Law, has published guides covering FAQs for employers, as well as a guide providing advice for employees whose livelihoods have been affected by Coronavirus.


“As an employer, you will be wondering what steps you can take to reduce your workforce in a fair and effective manner, and what options you have going forward.”


As the nation heads into uncertainty, many will be looking for answers. With many jobs at risk, this guide has been published to reassure and assist both employees and employers of all business types. 


As the world is adapting every day to the pandemic, many people are looking for answers regarding legal issues such as statutory sick pay, cancelled holiday, childcare and support while working from home. 


This includes the best steps to take following redundancy as a fallout to the pandemic. Although it should not be misconstrued as legal advice, the guides have been published with an aim to help guide individuals who are unsure of the next steps.


For sound legal advice on unfair dismissals or redundancies, individuals are advised to contact employment law specialists such as KLG Law. KLG can be contacted via phone  0800 8321 554 or by e-mailing [email protected]


You can find a link to the guides below:




By Lisa Baker, Senior Editor

Senior Editor Lisa Baker is the owner of Need to See it Publishing Group, providing contract news for business and news sites across the UK. Lisa is an experienced HR writer and commentator, editing HR publications for more than 5 years.