Returning to Work Webinar
As the Government begins to ease lock-down measures for businesses, we need to prepare for the time when all business can fully return to work. Along with Birketts Solicitors we have prepared this Returning to Work webinar which discusses the legal, HR and Health and Safety aspects of Returning to Work.
Charlotte Bate and Carole Burman, Directors of MAD-HR are joined by the Birketts team made up of Sonya O’Reilly, Legal Director, Matthew Gowen, Head of Birketts’ Regulatory and Corporate Defence Team and Chris Taylor, H&S Consultant.
With social distancing set to continue for some time to come, businesses need to put in place a plan as we start to ease the lock-down. This should incorporate what we have learnt over this period and what and how they need to adapt for future trading.
Some business have seen an increase in turnover, some have had to furlough many of their staff and directors have become more involved at the coal face of their business spending time identifying areas of improvement; others have had to go into hibernation and are just waiting for the time the can go back, whilst making as much use of the Government financial support as they can.
In this webinar we look closely at:
- The Legal obligations of business and the things they need to be wary of
- Restructuring and the time frames you need to consider
- Contracts of employment, policies and procedures
- Employer Brand
- Communicating with your team
- Reviewing and adapting your resourcing plans
- Insurance, Data Protection and IT infrastructure
- Health and Safety
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