Today will see zoos, safari parks and drive-in cinemas open, as well as all non-essential shops and department stores, meanwhile a recovery strategy document published on May 11 shared details indicating that the hospitality sector – which includes pubs, bars and restaurants – could start to reopen ‘no earlier than 4 July’, reported the BBC. But with this news comes several challenges all HR professionals, business owners and managers will have to face. As such, lawyers from Aaron & Partners have highlighted the key issues HR leaders may come up against in the coming weeks. With concerns and anxieties around coronavirus still increasingly evident, workplace policies and practices will now need careful consideration and will likely require several changes before they...
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