Covid-19 Update – Restrictions and Hybrid Working

Posted in : HR Updates ROI on 19 October 2021
Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite
Issues covered: Coronavirus; Managing Absence; Hybrid Working; Policies and Procedures

With restrictions easing in the workplace from the 20th of September 2021, it allowed for the phased return of workers to their workplaces - for some this was the first time returning to the workplace since March 2020.

The government restrictions are said to be eased further from the 22nd of October 2021 as part of the Governments roadmap to recovery plan. From the 22nd of October 2021 we will see the majority of restrictions lifted, including the necessity for physical distancing along with mask wearing in private indoor and outdoor settings. These will be replaced with advice and guidance which will aim to allow people to protect themselves while living their life to the fullest. The

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Caroline Reidy
The HR Suite

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