Returning to work
Charity Digital in collaboration with Catalyst are hosting a series of 'what next' digital webinars to get charity trustees and leaders up to speed with digital and planning for a post-covid world.
In this blog post, Chris Knight, a partner in the charities team at VWV argues that charities' strategic thinking must evolve to prepare for a post-Covid world.
This free resource by NCVO provides information on protecting and supporting the people working within your charity/voluntary organisation and those who use your services during Covid-19.
In this webinar at 11am on the 24th June, NCVO aim to answer questions charities may have about returning to the workplace post-Covid19 lockdown such as - What reasonable adjustments should employers make for their workforce in returning to a ‘new normal?’? How can charities prepare for what lies ahead?
Wondering how a new socially distanced jury trial works? His Honour Judge Anthony Potter sitting at Warwick Crown Court takes us through the new measured in place to keep participants safe.
HMCTS have announced [on the 8th June] an expansion of face-to-face hearings is planned this week as 16 more court and tribunal buildings open across England and Wales.
This free event by Legal News Exchange and the Law Society's Legal Management Section Committee aims to help you prepare for returning to the office during Covid-19. Hosted on the 15th June, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. Register today.
St Martins in the Field Frontline Network have created a new post-lockdown support needs survey. They want to know what systemic and practical barriers frontline workers are currently facing, to access accommodation for the people they support. As well as how frontline workers can best support individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness, once lockdown measures are eased. Give your input here.
Due to popular demand, Maternity Action will be continuing their Covid-19 rights webinar series through July with three more webinars on the rights at work and benefits for pregnant women and their families in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. The webinar is targeted at advisers including CAB advisers, trade union full time officers and senior lay reps to assist you in sharing accurate and up to date information with your colleagues, clients and members.
The Law Society have published this helpful guidance on what to consider and how to risk assess when returning to work post Covid-19 lockdown.
The Law Society have published a useful 'return to the office'toolkit for all firms returning after the Covid-19 lockdown. Focusing on providing practical steps that members can take in line with government guidance.
Are you beginning to plan on how to open up your organisation post-lockdown? If you are looking for masks for staff, floor markings for clients, signs and hand gel both the Charities Buying Group and MBM Omega have deals on PPE at the moment for charities.
Supporting occupational health and wellbeing professionals, in collaboration with Acas, Mind, BITC and CIPD have created a 'return to work after the Covid-19 lockdown' toolkit.
What are your rights if you refuse to work because of safety concerns over coronavirus at your workplace?
TUC have issued advice to employees on whether they have the right to refuse work over safety concerns related to COVID-19.
Cloisters expert employment barristers have produced second edition of their online paper, 'Returning to Work in the Time of Coronavirus'. The second edition takes account of the latest government guidance on workplaces, travel to work and the furlough scheme.
Cloisters expert employment barristers have produced an online paper, 'Returning to Work in the Time of Coronavirus', exploring the the critical legal issues which arise as businesses reopen.