COVID-19 crisis | What does the Tier 3 lockdown mean for HR?

What does the Tier 3 lockdown mean for HR?

Throughout 2020, coronavirus guidance and restrictions for both employees and employers have changed regularly. In fact, over just the last few months staff were told to return to work by the UK Government which was then reneged upon. Now a leaked document has been revealed that details plans for three tiers of local lockdown measures in England to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The document, according to The Guardian, describes three different levels, all of which put in place different restrictions. For example, Alert Level 1, which represents the baseline, stated that face coverings or screens must be worn and used for all workers in indoor hospitality and customers apart from when seated. Under Alert Level 2, which is triggered in geographical areas or nationally when there is...

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