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...

Life after furlough: reintegrating staff into work

Many of the workers returning from furlough next week will be feeling anxious, disconnected and possibly resentful. Lynne Hardman outlines how organisations can help them readjust to working life and alleviate any concerns. As outdoor hospitality and retail reopen on...