Employment Law at 11 - January 2022Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 7 January 2022 Issues covered: Statutory Sick Pay, Covid-19, Contacts of Employment
In the first Employment Law at 11 webinar of 2022, sponsored by MCS Group, Seamus McGranaghan Director at O’Reilly Stewart Solicitors will join Christine Quinn of the Legal Island Learning and Development Team to discuss:
- The new statutory sick pay rules – did skiving just get harder to police?
- Covid rules and abuse of staff – how to ensure a safe working environment while still complying with the ever-changing rules.
- What standards of behaviour can be inferred into a contract of employment? Did you see the story about the postman in Scotland who was dismissed because he didn’t help a householder who had fallen in the snow and needed help? He argued he was too tired and parted with his
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