The Covid 19 pandemic has changed the employment landscape dramatically. Will things ever go back to normal? With many companies furloughing their staff, what happens when the furlough period ends?
Will we return to the commuter lifestyle and large office buildings or will is remote working now the new norm?
Will companies outsource more and take on interim freelancers? And what are the implications for permanent staff positions?
Jonathan Newman and David Clarke discuss these very important issues
Jonathan Newman Supervising Associate with Simmons & Simmons LLP
Jonathan is a barrister in the London employment group of law firm Simmons & Simmons LLP. His practice embraces the full breadth of employment disputes across a range of sectors, with a growing focus on complex discrimination claims and employment status.
He has extensive experience of litigation in the High Court, Employment Appeals Tribunal (in both England and Scotland) and the Employment Tribunal. Jonathan has acted as counsel before professional and regulatory bodies in various jurisdictions in the United Kingdom and overseas.
David Clarke FBCS, CTO The Trust Bridge
David is a highly experienced Chief Information Security Officer/Cyber Security and GDPR Management. With a deep knowledge of GDPR data protection and privacy strategies. He is the founder of GDPR Technology Forum with over 19,000 members. He has been heavily involved recently in the strategic development of a new Freelance Consultancy Portal for ADPP and Privacy Professionals