Sarah-Jane Georges and Allen Liedkie from drama-based behaviour change company Steps join us to discuss the best ways to develop behaviours to build resilience within HR during ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
David Whincup, partner and head of employment at the London office of law firm Squire Patton Boggs, discusses the key elements of a whistleblowing complaint, and shares his tips on how to deal effectively with protected disclosures in the context of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Employment lawyer Darren Newman guides us through the process of varying an employee's terms and conditions including the procedure for dismissing and re-engaging an employee, and how to deal with an avalanche of flexible working requests from employees who want to make their lockdown way of working permanent.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, guides us through the current maze of discrimination law, and provides practical advice on what you need to bear in mind when making decisions on workforce matters.
Victoria Lewis, CEO at byrne-dean, takes us through the challenges of returning to work after the lockdown and outlines measures to address them, while also incorporating and retaining the many benefits that have emerged.
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