Sensitive employment situations
Enhanced with further information including on steps employers can take to protect employees working from home and on provision for paid leave for employees in Northern Ireland to deal with issues relating to domestic abuse.
Practical guidance on the steps that employers should take in relation to the death of an employee.
Practical guidance on supporting a bereaved employee, including compassionate leave and other options for time off, external support that may be available and preparing for the employee's return to work.
Practical guidance on managing personal relationships at work.
Practical guidance on ensuring acceptable behaviour at office parties and other work-related social events, such as the Christmas party, including vicarious liability and reasonable steps to prevent harassment by colleagues and third parties.
Practical guidance on dealing with the situation where an important client refuses to have an employee back on its site.
Practical guidance on handling a situation where employees refuse to work with a colleague, including dismissal for "some other substantial reason" where there is employee pressure to dismiss.
Practical guidance on dealing with employees with personal hygiene problems, such as body odour.
Practical step-by-step advice on how to manage sensitive workplace situations.
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