A model HR letter to seek the agreement of an employee to change their start and finish times, as part of your organisation's safe working measures as the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
A model HR letter to send to staff in advance of their return to work as the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
Can our office reopen yet? Do we have to provide staff with PPE? Many concerns about the return to work still remain. Joanne Moseley, senior associate at law firm Irwin Mitchell, rounds up some of the most frequently asked questions and explains what the current guidance says employers should do.
As organisations plan for a phased return to work, employment lawyer Darren Newman discusses the key priorities for HR professionals over the coming weeks and months.
The government has now published its initial roadmap on how the UK will be able to emerge from coronavirus lockdown.
'Practical guidelines' have been published to help employers make workplaces as safe as possible, including the expectation that all employers with 50 or more staff should publish COVID-19 risk assessments.
A model HR letter to notify employees who can work from home that they should continue temporary homeworking while the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased.
One current issue for HR is those employees who are concerned about being required to come into work during the coronavirus crisis. Consultant editor Darren Newman considers what the health and safety provisions of the Employment Rights Act 1996 mean for such employees.
HR needs to begin planning how it will manage a return to work when government coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted. Here are 10 areas to think about now.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employees returning to work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.