A short webinar for ELA members led by Rebecca Tuck QC and Nadia Motraghi of Old Square Chambers
Employment lawyers are coming to terms with the dawning reality that homeworking will be the new normal for the months to come. After initial efforts to make homeworking possible, ELA members will be keen to ensure that their ongoing homeworking practices are compliant with all relevant legal requirements as well as best practice.
Rebecca and Nadia explore tricky issues that can arise on confidentiality, data protection, health and safety, performance and supervision and mental health matters.
This webinar will be recorded on 15 May and available to all ELA members free of charge shortly afterwards.
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