The new regulations place a legal requirement on employers and employees regarding the enforcement of self-isolation for individuals in England who test positive for coronavirus, or who have been identified as close contacts of someone who has tested positive for the virus.
The national retraining scheme is the government’s new programme to help adults retrain into better jobs, and be ready for future changes to the economy, including those brought about by automation.
Actively enforced social distancing, disinfectants for shared equipment, hand sanitisers and the provision of PPE will certainly be among the conditions required for workplaces to safely reopen.
If you are not getting shortlisted for jobs that you’re applying for, have a read of this.
Job losses are climbing as businesses feel the financial effects of the coronavirus crisis. What are your rights if you are made redundant?
If you’ve lost your job because of coronavirus (COVID-19), your employer might be able to re-employ you and pay 80% of your wages.
An employer must give employees and workers a document stating the main conditions of employment when they start work.
As soon as someone accepts a job offer they have a contract with their employer. An employment contract does not have to be written down.
Acas provides free and confidential advice to employers, employees and their representatives on employment rights, best practice and policies, and resolving workplace conflict.
If you are experiencing bullying, contact your line manager in the first instance. If the person carrying out the behaviour is your line manager, contact the HR department.