The Prime Minister has told the nation to “be confident and get back to work” after confirming that all remaining COVID-19 rules will be scrapped this week.
The changes mean that people who test positive for COVID-19 will be expected to stay at home, as they would with flu, however there is no legal requirement, and no risk of hefty fines for anyone who doesn’t comply. Instead, the law will be replaced with guidance with workers instead being strongly urged not to go to work if they have COVID-19.
What headaches will this cause for HR? And how should HR be preparing for ‘Freedom Day’?
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