Life After Lockdown Advice on Handling Employee Queries

Date & Time:
Date(s): 01/07/2020
Time: 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Venue: Online

Event Details

Phase 3 of the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening begins on Monday, June 29th. If you haven’t done so in Phase 1 or 2, this might be the day you finally get to reopen.

During previous Phases, our advisors saw an increase in employer queries regarding reopening and handling unexpected employee issues. It’s understandable, as many of the business challenges that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic are new to employers.

To ensure you’re fully prepared to handle reopening and any employee issues that might arise, we’re conducting a webinar on July 1st which will cover:

• Redundancy and lay-off

• Handling employees who refuse to come to work

• Phased-return: who should I bring back first’

• TWSS payment and the use of annual leave afterwards

Understandably, reopening has been top priority for businesses throughout Ireland. And while doing so swiftly is what every employer wants, doing so correctly is just as important. Join our webinar on July 1st to ensure you’re equipped with the tools to do both.

Tickets are limited and available on a first come first serve basis only so secure your place today!



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