Practical guidance on implementing a hybrid working model, combining remote working with attendance at the workplace, including assessing whether hybrid working is suitable for the organisation, consulting the workforce and varying contracts where necessary.
While not formally recognised as a disability, the effect long COVID may have on a person's ability to work may mean it should be considered as such. Hollie Ryan, senior associate at Stevens & Bolton LLP, looks at the support employers may need to offer staff with persistent symptoms to avoid legal claims.
An example form to assess a specific role's suitability for hybrid/blended working. The assessment can assist employers that are moving to the hybrid/blended working model to decide which roles are suitable for this way of working.
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