Take our 5 minute survey to check if your organisation is up to date with the latest UK employment law developments and is ready for a return to business as normal.

Employers large and small have spent most of 2020 in crisis management mode, trying to protect their businesses and their people from the damage being caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Most employers will now be taking stock and thinking about how they will manage their workforce over the next 12 months, in what will hopefully be a more stable business environment.

Understanding legal and market practice changes in employment law and policy over recent months, and looking ahead to what is on the horizon for 2021, will be important. Staying on top, and ahead, of all of the recent and forthcoming changes in employment law will help to protect brand, retain workforce talent and avoid legal and financial liabilities.

Our Employment Law Health Check survey focuses on compliance with major legal developments and best practice in 2020-2021. It looks at 3 key areas of the employment life cycle:




Complete our survey now to see how your organisation scores and to identify any "Red flag" areas on which you should focus going forward. Completing the questions will also enable you to benchmark your results against other employers. 

This survey is intended as a general overview and discussion of the subjects dealt with, and does not create a lawyer-client relationship. It is not intended to be, and should not be used as, a substitute for taking legal advice in any specific situation. DLA Piper UK LLP and DLA Piper Scotland LLP will accept no responsibility for any action taken or not taken on the basis of this survey. 
Your score is an indication of how well your business is complying with the employment law obligations covered in this survey. NB: however, a high compliance score does not obviate the need to address any issues which are identified, or to undertake a wider and detailed review of your employment law compliance. Your score is intended as guidance only. If you would like further advice, please speak to your regular DLA Piper contact, or email employment@dlapiper.com.
The information you supply in response to the survey, and your results, will not attract legal professional privilege, nor will they necessarily be confidential. DLA Piper will nevertheless treat them in confidence subject to applicable law and regulation. Your results may be analysed for the purposes of gathering, interpreting and reporting statistical data. This data may be used on an anonymous basis in products and services created or developed by DLA Piper UK LLP and DLA Piper SCOTLAND LLP. 
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