Blended Working Webinar – questions and answers


As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many thousands of people started working from home for the first time and often at very short notice.  As more workplaces are opening up, employers are considering how to get employees back into the workplace, as well as whether they should simply continue with homeworking.  Ensuring workplaces are COVID-secure has limited the capacity of many offices and, as a result, numerous employers are now looking at the option of blended working, combining working from home and from the workplace.

There are, however, numerous issues employers will need to consider before deciding whether homeworking should become a more permanent arrangement requiring a variation to contracts of employment and other related issues.

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Blended working - questions and answers


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