Jonathan Mansfield: The legal pitfalls of returning to the office

Employers have a duty to provide a safe working environment

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Jonathan Mansfield, co-founder, partner in the employment department at specialist law firm Thomas Mansfield
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Jonathan Mansfield, co-founder, partner in the employment department at specialist law firm Thomas Mansfield

Employment lawyer Jonathan Mansfield looks at the potential legal problems that could arise as the government encourages the workforce back to the office after lockdown while the pandemic still lingers

It has been reported that Amundi, Schroders, Legal and General Investment Management and Ninety One have staff starting to return to offices. With the UK's unenviable status as the European country...

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