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ADS release new Covid-19 Webinar
ADS, represents UK businesses operating in the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors, has released their third Covid-19 webinar to address concerns in the industry, especially those impacting on manufacturers.
Hosted by ADS CEO & FIL Chairman, Paul Everitt, the webinar pulls in experts to discuss a range of issues affecting the sector. In this episode they cover:
- Designation of defence workers including those within Primes as key workers.
- New laws around employment, taxation and grants.
- Financial assistance for employees who don’t qualify for grants.
- Use of furlough periods and what employees are permitted to do during these times.
- Holiday entitlement and the Working Time Directive.
Hear the full webinar here