One of the sudden and unexpected outcomes of the Coronavirus outbreak has been an increase in people seeking advice about employment matters.
I have done my best to answer about half a dozen queries already today, mainly by signposting to government guidance. However, I am not a legal or employment expert.
I suspect people are turning to me because I am so accessible and will always try to help.
Is there anybody out there who could offer some "free" advice to people who contact me about employment matters please? It really isn't the role of a local Councillor and I would rather refer these on to somebody with better knowledge? Thank you.
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