As the stay at home order has been lifted employers will be looking at how they can bring their employees back safely. This will mean reviewing the workplace risk assessments and internal policies and procedures to ensure they are protecting their employees H&S by providing a safe place of work. Employers will have to make decisions about what they ask employees about vaccination status, testing and other protective measure such as mask wearing and how that plays out into conduct policies and managing their data protection obligations.
Our employment lawyers update you on the latest HR legal and practical issues arising from COVID-19.
This interactive discussion includes:
- Vaccinations and variants; obligations and options
- Employees’ objections to returning to the office (the dilemma faced by Apple)
- Implied contractual rights; how long before they become a reality?
- Mental health issues & disability
- 22 July 2021
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- 03 October 2023
Proposed Reforms To The Arbitration Act 1996
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- 22 September 2023
Talking Employment Law: New family friendly rights
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- 21 September 2023
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- 20 September 2023
- Commercial Real Estate
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- 19 September 2023
- Privacy and Data Protection
Organisations’ use of social media: Data protection
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