New Right to Request Remote WorkingPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 21 October 2021
In this month's webinar, HR and employment law expert Caroline Reidy, Managing Director of The HR Suite, discusses the new right to request remote working.
In the webinar, Caroline covers:
- Remote Working Code of Practice
- Risk Assessments
- Alternative Solutions
- Withdrawing from the Arrangement
- Monitoring Employees
- Refusing a Remote Working Request
- Remote Working Whilst Abroad
- The EU legislation in Respect of flexible Working
Important Note: Caroline McEnery will deliver the Bullying at Work or Proactive Management session at this year's Annual Review of Employment Law 2021 conference, taking place online on 24th and 25th November.
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