Employment Law at 11 - May 2022Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 6 May 2022 Issues covered: Hybrid working; Breast feeding at work; Probationary periods
In this month’s webinar, Employment Law at 11 sponsored by MCS Group, we welcome Seamus McGranaghan, Director at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors and Rolanda Markey, from the Learning and Development team at Legal Island. In the recording, Seamus and Rolanda are discussing the legal and contractual issues surrounding hybrid working as many people start to return to the office and others are reluctant to do so.
They will also look at considerations around probationary periods and, following the recently reported case of an employee who was forced to express milk in the car park and toilets, look at what provisions employers must make for breastfeeding employees.
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