Re-opening the doors - live Q&A on lockdown and returning to work
Welcome to - Re-opening the doors - live Q&A on lockdown and returning to work
"A fabulous session. Super useful and will help us get our people back into the workplace."
"……… so many questions answered. Thank you."
"….. easy to follow and raised points that I hadn’t considered and will clearly need to deal with."
"More Q&A webinars please! A very comprehensive look at the issues my organisation is facing - thank you!"
Both employment law and business practice are having to agilely adapt to this fast-evolving situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How can you safely return employees to work? What's the risk of health and safety claims? Should you let some employees stay at home?
Employers are grappling with these and other questions as they assess how and when to reopen their doors, in response to the Government easing the lockdown and encouraging employees where possible to return to work.
Following our recent When lockdown is lifted .... webinar, we've opened the floor for questions. In this practical Q&A session Partners Dan Begbie-Clench and Victoria Burnip discuss employer concerns and the plans being made to prepare for taking into account social distancing and health and safety in the workplace.
If you have any questions about the webinar, or would like to discuss what your organisation could be doing to prepare and deal with the end of lockdown please get in touch with Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)20 7778 7225 or Victoria email@example.com or +44 (0)118 951 6770.
The information given in this webinar on 21 May 2020 is for reference purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your own circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action.
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