Legal | How should employers support remote staff?

With more employers allowing staff members to work from home more permanently, HR Grapevine spoke to legal...
How should employers support remote staff?

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the UK Government imposed a nationwide lockdown. ‘Non-essential’ businesses temporarily closed – which saw many workers placed on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) due to a lack of work – while office workers were told to work from home. Even though there was a momentary effort to get workers back to offices – Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged workers to return to the office during the latter days of summer –...

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