EMPLOYMENT LAW

The new working world - part one

Most businesses are now turning their attention to what their working environment will look like going forward, and how they might use the lessons of the last year to re-shape their working models, to ensure they have a high performance culture and are an employer of choice.

Session 1: Our Employment team will consider some of the more immediate practical and legal issues arising from a return to work, focusing on aspects such as health and safety, vaccinations, working time and flexible working, requests to work overseas, and data security.

About the authors


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Greg Burgess

Partner

Advises on restructures, TUPE, trade union law, dismissal claims, discrimination, harassment and has experience defending Employment Tribunal claims.
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Adam Williams

Partner

Specialises in guiding corporate clients through UK business immigration and labour law aspects of operating in the UK and moving people across borders.

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