Equate Scotland is running a webinar in collaboration with Morton Fraser to provide information on your employment rights as Scotland begins to transition out of lock down.
This webinar will cover information on your rights regarding:
- Furlough and redundancy
- Financial support for self-employment
- Rights for parents and carers
- Self-isolation and sick pay
- Returning to work and health and safety
If you are a woman in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths including the Built Environment) and you have questions or would like more information on your employment rights during COVID – 19 join us to hear from Sarah Gilzean Senior Associate in Morton Fraser’s Employment Law team.
About Equate Scotland
At Equate Scotland we make a positive difference to women working and studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) by supporting the recruitment, retention and progression of women in these industries. The Equate Meetups will provide women with advice, opportunities and inspiration to develop their STEM careers.Can’t make it? Sign up to our newsletter to learn about job opportunities and networking events.
About Sarah Gilzean
Sarah is an accredited specialist in employment law and has particular expertise in discrimination and equal pay. Sarah is highly regarded in the sector as a discrimination lawyer and is Convener of the Law Society Equalities Law Reform Committee and Secretary of the Scottish Discrimination Law Association.Sarah acts for a wide range of employer and employee clients in the public and private sectors. She gives practical, easy to understand advice and is focused on achieving her client’s objectives at all times.She regularly advises in relation to senior exits, TUPE and redundancy, disciplinary and grievance, contractual disputes, whistleblowing, discrimination, equal pay and industrial relations. She appears on behalf of clients in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal and is regularly asked to speak at conferences and training seminars on employment law and discrimination topics.
Sarah is considered an Associate to Watch in Employment law by Chambers and Partners.