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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