As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, clients are becoming increasingly concerned about the long-term effect on their businesses, employees, and families, and want to make sure they are as protected as possible. In this blog, Goldstein Legal will offer guidance helping business owners secure peace of mind in these uncertain times.
Protecting your Business
In our previous blogs we covered some legal provisions that may assist is alleviating some of the pressure businesses are feeling in relation to obligations under their existing contracts. While force majeure and frustration remain increasingly useful, businesses should also keep in mind the following:
Protecting your Employees
It is incredibly important to continue to communicate with your employees, who are likely feeling increasingly uneasy about the ongoing pandemic. Our earlier blog detailed some of the employment provisions currently open to employers, and it is important to bear in mind the below measures:
Protecting your Families
While the majority of the public are adhering to the government imposed social-distancing and self-isolation guidelines, it is important to ensure your affairs are in order to prevent uncertainty should the unthinkable happen. The following are legal considerations that business owners should bear in mind to protect their commercial assets:
As the pandemic continues, Goldstein Legal will continue to share practical and legal guidance to assist business owners. Should you have any questions in relation to any of the matters discussed, please contact us on 01753 865 165.
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