The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act came into force on 26 June 2020. It contains specific provisions regarding holding of virtual general meetings, which will be of interest to social landlords.
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The Coronavirus (Scotland) (No.2) Act 2020 received Royal Assent on 26 May and takes effect from 27 May 2020. Here we look at some of the most significant changes it introduces.
UPDATE: Coronavirus, social landlords and General Meetings – proposed legislation for companies, registered societies and SCIOs
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill was introduced on 20 May 2020 and is currently making its way through Parliament. It contains specific provisions regarding general meetings, which will be of interest to social landlords. While the next reading of the Bill is not until 3 June 2020, we have highlighted some of the key proposed provisions below.
In this blog we will be summarising the key considerations that employers with office premises will need to consider from the COVID Secure guidance. This includes other indoor environments such as contact centres, operations rooms and similar workplaces. While many of these considerations will be common sense, it will be vital for employers to take such steps to ensure the safety of their employees, and to encourage employees back to the workplace.
In this blog we will be summarising the key considerations for employers where they have employees who are required to work in other people's homes. This could affect those carrying out maintenance or repairs, or those that offer home care services. While many of these considerations will be common sense, it will be vital for employers to take such steps to ensure the safety of their employees, and to encourage employees back to the workplace.