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            Managing your workplace post-lockdown

             

            With the UK Government easing lockdown measures and setting out a roadmap to allow businesses to open their doors for employees to return to work, we understand that some organisations will be planning the steps they need to take to return their people to the workplace. 

            From social distancing to temperature checks, PPE to the Government's contact tracing app – there are many new measures being considered which may impact how employees feel about their return to the workplace. 

            With the onset of COVID-19 the workplace changed considerably and businesses had to adapt in incredibly tight timescales. This hub will help prepare you for the road ahead. From changes to employment contracts, to risk assessments, from data privacy concerns, to dealing with vulnerable people – we will ensure you have all the information you require if you need to return people to the workplace. There is lot's to consider when aiming to reduce risk and protect your people, clients and business. 

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            Kirsty Rogers

            • Partner // Executive Head of Manchester

            Dominic Watkins

            • Partner // Head of Food Group

            Kate Meadowcroft

            • Director // Head of Employment (Birmingham)

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