War in Ukraine - The Impact on the Employment RelationshipPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 6 April 2022
Around the world people are deeply shocked and saddened about the escalating war in Ukraine. Many employers are increasingly concerned about the wellbeing of their employees, particularly those from Ukraine or other Eastern European countries, and are considering how to best support refugees. Employers with operations in Russia are also dealing with the impact of the sanctions.
Military service and other requests to take part in the conflictIn the UK there are specific arrangements for individuals who are called up to UK reserved armed forces. While these do not
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