Remote working, the legislation and what to be aware of

ALMOST ALL OF 50 OF THE UK’S BIGGEST EMPLOYERS QUESTIONED IN A RECENT BBC SURVEY HAVE SAID THEY DO NOT PLAN TO BRING STAFF BACK TO THE OFFICE FULL-TIME. THIS MEANS THAT FOR UP TO A MILLION WORKERS, REMOTE OR FLEXIBLE WILL BECOME THEIR NEW NORMAL. With more and more...

Four in five firms expect hybrid working post-lockdown

Four in five firms expect hybrid working post-lockdown Almost all large employers do not plan to bring staff back to the office full time, while Google and KMPG have laid out what their return-to-office plans will look like. A poll of 50 employers by the BBC found...

Is Coronavirus a reason not to come to work?

Employment tribunal finds that concerns about coronavirus are not sufficient reason to not attend work. In the case of Mr D Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Mr Rodgers worked in a large warehouse with around 5 other people. He has a child with a chronic condition and...