Employment Law Webinar – COVID-19 HR issues
COVID-19 has raised many employment law issues both for employers and employees. This EnginE webinar, delivered by Lisa Sourbutts, will discuss some of the employment law implications which have arisen, particularly as businesses start to return to the workplace. Issues which will be covered in this webinar will include the following:
What to do if someone calls in sick with COVID now (they HAVE to be tested so employees can’t just say they have symptoms anymore)
What is the Track & Trace system and what will it mean if your employees are contacted
Rules for those still shielding
What to do if someone refuses to come to work – we can cover a variety of genuine and non-genuine reasons
Home working considerations
Contract variations – the legal process that needs to be followed for altering hours, pay and the potential consequences of getting it wrong
Restructure & Redundancy – the legal process that needs to be followed
Lisa Sourbutts is the Managing Director of CUBE HR. She has worked in HR for over 16 years and the only thing she loves more than HR is her family. She loves employment law but makes it easy for her clients to understand due to being a typical straight-talking northern lass. She has worked in many business sectors and bets there is nothing you can throw at her that she has not dealt with before.
Lisa is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and has a Masters in Human Resource Management. She is also currently studying an MBA.
CUBE HR take great pride in working with clients to ensure they are not only compliant with employment legislation, but to also make them best in class. That is why many of their clients are award winning businesses.
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The EnginE project has been co-designed by Higher Education, Further Education and industry representative partners (Lancaster University, Blackpool and Fylde College, Blackburn College and Northern Automotive Alliance). EnginE will deliver projects with Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing (AEM) SMEs to build their capacity for higher level skills and degree apprenticeships. The project is part-funded by the European Social Fund.