British MPs have called on Europe's largest tour operator Tui to put hundreds of employees with seasonal contracts on furlough after the company refused to do so.
The letter to Tui, signed by more than 40 MPs, accuses the company of "deliberately refusing furlough to employees who are entirely eligible to receive it."
Jeremy Coy, however, comments in the Financial Times that, for companies, the risks and uncertainties of furloughing seasonal staff could outweigh the benefits.
MPs call on Europe's largest tour operator to furlough UK workers is available to read on the Financial Times website via subscription.
Jeremy is an associate in the employment team.
He has experience acting for large institutional employers as well as small and medium size businesses.
Jeremy also advises employees and senior executives, often at short notice on sensitive workplace issues such as restrictive covenants, discrimination and pay related disputes on bonuses, commission and incentive plans. He has particular experience in advising on settlement agreements and negotiating favourable severance payments for employees.