Returning to workPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 20 May 2020
Workplaces will slowly start to reopen in line with the NI Executive’s lockdown exit plan over the forthcoming weeks and months. However, it is unlikely that things can go back to ‘normal’ any time soon.
The summary table and more detailed briefing note below from the team at Jones Cassidy Brett Solicitors, provides guidance on how you can manage different groups of employees as you consider your return to work plan.
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