Flexible Family-Friendly Working: What Does New Best Practice Look Like?Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 18 June 2021 Issues covered: Flexible Working; Family-friendly Working
Q2 has marked a new chapter in life and work, with several steps forward. Coronavirus restrictions began easing, and the vaccination programme speeded up, just after a new official code of practice came into place on the right to disconnect from work.
Around the same time, the Tánaiste also invited submissions on putting the right to seek remote working into law.
In this context, Legal Island will be discussing what the next phase holds for employers, with a focus on work-life balance, particularly in relation to working families.
Over the previous year, the pandemic had fundamentally transformed our work-life dynamic, further blurring the lines between work and family. The Department of
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This article is correct at 18/06/2021
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