Supporting your people through the cost of living crisis: a short guide for employers

In this guide, we offer suggestions for ways in which employers can assist their employees including offering benefits, flexible working patterns and financial well-being awareness.

14 November 2022

As the cost of living crisis runs on, employers continue to look for ways in which they might further help support their people. As legal advisers to many employers of different sizes and across different sectors, we are aware of a very wide range of initiatives that are being considered and implemented and have been advising on the legal issues arising.

Given the scale and reach of the crisis, we thought it might be helpful to draw together this knowledge into a short guide for employers to make you aware of some of the ways in which your organisation may be able to further support your people as well as highlighting some of the potential legal ‘red flags’ to take account of.

If you would like advice on any of the issues raised in this guide, please contact Luke Bowery or one of the Burges Salmon Employment team.

You can read our guide here:

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Luke Bowery

Luke Bowery Partner

  • Employment
  • Restructuring and Redundancy
  • Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

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