The end of free movement: what SMEs need to know
Richard responded that was 'not surprised' and that 'in many ways I applaud it'.
I suspect Goldmans are also being realistic. Anyone caught up in this scenario is going to have to move very quickly to make arrangements and devote time to sort it out...Goldmans’ employees may not be able to rely upon their usual, or indeed any support networks (paid or unpaid) as may have been possible in more ‘ordinary’ circumstances.”
As the banks got such a drubbing reputationally after the last financial crisis, one would think this new policy will not do them any harm moving forward. They do not want to be seen (again) on the wrong side of history after this crisis is over.”
Richard acts for corporates, organisations and senior individuals in relation to employment matters of all kinds. These include confidentiality and restrictive covenants, executive pay, bonus and severance arrangements, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and redundancy programmes. He is frequently asked to advise in situations involving allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace following the rise of the #MeToo movement, and the cases that have followed.
Richard is a well known commentator on employment law issues, appearing often in the Press (The Times, The Financial Times, People Management, HR Magazine, Personnel Today etc) and on TV/ Radio (BBC, ITV, Sky and Radio 4).
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