Watch this 45 minute recording of a live webinar where Sarah Buxton focusses on the Budget 2021. Sarah discusses the most relevant updates for the dental industry, and what the legal implications are for you and your practice.
Following the Budget 2021 speech which was delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, on 3rd March, we held an employment law update webinar with HR and Employment Law Solicitor, Sarah Buxton, to cover how this affects you and your dental practice.
Sarah discussed what the updates were and also answered questions on the recent legal updates and changes including the furlough scheme and staffing issues.
*Please note, the information in this webinar is correct as of 04/03/2021
About the speaker
Sarah specialises in acting exclusively for dentists, dental managers and dental practice owners in all aspects of HR and employment law, and is a Director at FTA Law.
Sarah advises dental practices on managing and motivating their staff, dealing with sickness absence, assisting with making changes to employment contracts and, if needed, how to bring the employment relationship to an end.
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