Returning to the workplace: balancing staff wellbeing with business requirements

As businesses plan how they re-open after what may have been a long period of remote working, they can be faced with balancing workforce concerns with business requirements. Join DMH Stallard’s Employment team as they discuss some of the People considerations surrounding these issues.

In this session, we will cover issues such as:

  • Mental wellbeing – managing stress and anxiety
  • A recap on health and safety obligations
  • Employees refusing to return to work
  • Testing and vaccinations – policies, record keeping and approach to mandatory testing

About the authors

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Adam Williams


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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Abigail Maino


Employment specialist providing commercially focussed support and strategic advice to businesses and senior executives.

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