Coronavirus - workplace management
It has been confirmed that the requirement for staff working in care homes in England to have a full course of COVID-19 vaccinations, unless they have a medical exemption, comes into force on 11 November 2021. How do employers covered by new requirement encourage staff to be vaccinated, manage workers who refuse or have a medical exemption, and adapt their recruitment processes?
Instead of simply reverting to pre-lockdown ways of working, many organisations are thinking about whether to adopt a hybrid working model on a permanent basis. We take you through the key things you need to think about before switching to hybrid working.
It seems that every phase of the pandemic brings new employment law issues to the fore. The start of the vaccination programme prompted the ongoing debate about whether employers can insist on employees being vaccinated against COVID-19 - a policy pithily summarised as no jab, no job.
The scale and duration of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the enforced shift to home-based working has led many organisations to think about the future of the workplace and a move towards a hybrid or blended working model. Gemma Dale takes us through six areas for HR to consider as part of its planning process.
A four-point checklist for employers on how to support employees observing religious festivals.
With the shift to homeworking as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, some employers have received requests from employees to work from home abroad. What issues do employers need to be aware of when approached about working from home overseas?
We highlight 10 employment tribunal claims related to the coronavirus pandemic that employers could face in 2021 and beyond.
After a period of relative stability, the number of COVID-19 cases is on an upward curve. Local lockdowns have been enforced and government guidelines are constantly changing, all of which presents new and ongoing challenges for HR.
The return to the workplace has started for many organisations, but that workplace is likely to look very different to the pre-coronavirus (COVID-19) one, and HR professionals are already looking at how their practices will need to change to adapt.
Government measures intended to reduce health risks during the coronavirus pandemic add a new layer of complexity to employers' health and safety responsibilities. Louis Wustemann examines what employers need to do to remain compliant.
Commentary and analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to workplace management during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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