Flexible and Remote Working – How Do I Handle it?Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 17 December 2019
In this months “How do I handle it?” Jennifer Cashman, Partner and Head of Ronan Daly Jermyn’s Employment Law Unit, addresses a query around the development of workplace remote and flexible working policies. The query relates to where an employer should start when developing such policies and what are the HR and employment law considerations that need to be addressed, to include ensuring that employees have the ability to “switch off” from work when they are working remotely?
This is certainly a topical query! As outlined during my Review of the Year, at the Legal Island Annual Reviews of Employment Law, 2019, the Minister for Business, Heather Humphreys, stated in August 2019
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