Weekly Review of Developments 17/4/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 17 April 2020
This week’s opening line is sponsored by Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Three more weeks of this (and counting). Really? It’s OK – we’ve got you, babe.
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- Regular readers will know that we don't just run free webinars on workplace-related coronavirus issues. However, next Thursday 23rd April Louise McAloon, Employment Partner at Worthingtons Solicitors, and Dr Philip McCrea, Chief Medical Officer at BHSF Occupation Health, will outline some suggestions for dealing with coronavirus and non-coronavirus related absences in our next webinar. Dr McCrea will also outline some useful tips for maintaining contact during absence. Not to be missed, wherever you
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