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The Prime Minister has now set out the government’s plans to live with and manage the virus in England.
So, after two years of employers doing everything possible to maintain safe workspaces with the help of various government schemes which made this possible, what headaches does the government’s ‘living with COVID’ plan create for businesses and how can you uphold your duty of care?
During this informative 45-minute session, WorkNest’s Director of Legal Services, James Tamm, and Director of Health & Safety, Nick Wilson, unpick the government’s living with COVID plan in layman’s terms, offer advice on the challenges this might create for employers, and answer some of the pertinent questions you may have now.
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