A problem solver for employment and social care issues.
As a partner in the employment and pensions team, I lead the firms work in the health and social care sector. I love being given challenging situations to resolve and identifying commercial solutions. I mainly work with clients in the health and social care and social housing sector.
I help people unblock difficult employment issues be that with key employees or trade unions. I enjoy helping clients with managing redundancy or contract change programmes to manage risk whilst maintaining employee relations. My TUPE and National Minimum Wage experience is highly regarded by clients. As part of a wider health and social care team I also input on wider commercial and regulatory issues.
‘Anna Dabek and Matthew Wort – both are excellent in the social care and third sector – real thought leaders in this field.' Legal 500, 2021
Matthew Wort, partner, speaks on today’s Supreme Court judgment for sleep-in shifts.
The long and arduous legal process to determine what the National Minimum Wage regulations mean on the question of workers’ 'sleep-in' pay is coming to an end.
Is it just me or are the updates and product launches of the of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme “CJRS” starting to resemble the seemingly continuous barrage of new and upgraded iPhones?
We have learned many things over the last six months; the latest lesson is that there is no new normal. The Government initiatives and guidance may have slowed down a pace, but the challenges for employers and their employees remain.
Employment Tribunal rules in favour of claimants in minimum wage case – has the interpretation of “working time” changed?
As the tight grip of lockdown eases across the country, the Government is producing swathes of guidance as to how this will look in practice.
The Government has announced changes to the newly extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CVJRS) and extended the payment of SSP in certain circumstances.
The purpose of this 30-minute free webinar is to address how employers navigate homeworking; supporting employees whilst also ensuring that their organisation stays financially viable.
Under the Coronavirus Act 2020, the Treasury produced a Direction to HMRC on 15 April 2020, relating to payments under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
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