Rail strikes | Do employers have to pay staff that can't get to the office?

Do employers have to pay staff that can't get to the office?

This Daily Comment piece takes a look at employee rights if staff aren’t able to get into work amid the rail strikes. It includes:

  • Detail on the rail strikes

  • Insight from Laura Kearsley, Partner and Solicitor at Nelsons who addresses some common questions

  • An exploration of what an employer has to pay staff if they can’t get into work, and workplace closures.

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