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Avoiding flashpoints in returning to the workplace

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Daniel Zona, an Employment lawyer with Collyer Bristow, gives his views on how employers can avoid conflict and potential discrimination claims now that workplace social distancing rules have been eased.

Running time: 6 mins

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      Avoiding flashpoints in returning to the workplace

      How can employers avoid conflict and potential discrimination claims now that workplace social distancing rules have been eased?

      Published 5 August 2021

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    Daniel Zona, an Employment lawyer with Collyer Bristow, gives his views on how employers can avoid conflict and potential discrimination claims now that workplace social distancing rules have been eased.

    Running time: 6 mins

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