A model form to conduct a COVID-19 risk assessment to decide what measures to introduce to ensure safe working for workers returning as the coronavirus lockdown is lifted.
With many people either working from home or furloughed for the past two months, there has been much discussion about the impact of lockdown on employees' mental health, but what about the effect on their physical health and what could this mean for the return to work?
All non-essential retail stores in England will be able to reopen from 15 June, provided they can adhere to new guidelines to protect workers and customers.
Employers could be exposing themselves to allegations of discrimination if they require employees who live with a clinically vulnerable person to return to work. Sophie Vanhegan examines the risks.
Employers in England are being encouraged to reopen workplaces to staff who cannot work from home, while those in other parts of the UK are likely to be making plans ahead of similar moves. Sheila Attwood reports on how respondents to XpertHR's fourth HR and coronavirus survey are preparing for the return to work.
A model HR letter to arrange a discussion with an employee with a health condition who is "clinically vulnerable" to review what steps could be taken to allow them to return to work safely as the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
A model letter to set out what steps are being taken to allow an employee with a health condition who is "clinically vulnerable" to return to work safely as the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
A model HR letter to offer alternative work to an employee with a health condition who is "clinically vulnerable", meaning that they cannot return to their normal job safely as the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
Two months after the UK went into coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdown, workplaces in England are beginning to reopen. We asked HR practitioners about the issues facing them.
Updated to take into account government guidance on holiday entitlement and pay during coronavirus (COVID-19).
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employees returning to work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.