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Returning staff to the workplace: Employer guidance tool

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Should your staff member return to the workplace as Coronavirus lockdown eases?

As the Coronavirus lockdown rules begin to be relaxed and employers are contemplating returning to their offices or other workplaces, there are a number of considerations that must be addressed with employees. Not all employees can return immediately and for others special measures will need to be put in place.

This free tool helps employers to understand which employees could return to the workplace with relative ease, and gives initial guidance on how to manage others that either should not, or are unwilling, to return.

The Collyer Bristow Employment team is on hand to answer any queries or concerns you might have regarding the impact of Covid-19, what legal options are available to you, and what steps you can take to protect your business, your staff. Please feel free to contact the team or visit the Coronavirus hub on our website.

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The Collyer Bristow Employment team is on hand to answer any queries or concerns you might have regarding the impact of Covid-19, what legal options are available to you, and what steps you can take to protect your business and your staff. Please feel free to contact the team or visit the Coronavirus hub on our website.

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