COVID-19 Issues: EWSS; Business Supports; Lay off; Suspension Right to Redundancy; Absence; Face Masks & TravelPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 14 September 2020 Issues covered: EWSS; Business Supports; Lay-off; Suspension Right to Redundancy; Absence; Face Mask; Travel
In this webinar recording, Managing Director at The HR Suite, Caroline McEnery, and Learning and Development Services Officer from the Legal Island Team, Rolanda Markey, discuss HR issues and answer questions around:
- Remote Working to Continue
- Budget 2020
- Variation to Terms and Conditions of Employment
- Short-time Working and Temporary Lay-off
- Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme
- Pandemic Unemployment Payment
- Communication with Employees
- Redundancy Payments Act – Suspension Extended
- Illness Benefit
- Managing Stress
- Managing Absence – Challenges
- Travelling Abroad During the Pandemic
- Wearing Facemasks in the Workplace
- Q&A – Travelling Abroad
- Q&A – Covid-19 Testing
- Q&A – EWSS
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