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Covid–19 coronavirus and global employment law: key risks you need to be aware of – part 5

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Behrendt Markulf
Markulf Behrendt

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Hamburg

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Sinclair Robbie
Robbie Sinclair

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London

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Bauza Silvia
Silvia Bauza

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Madrid

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Livio Bossotto

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Milan

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DallAgnol Gilles
Gilles Dall'Agnol

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Luxembourg

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Jebb Brian
Brian Jebb

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New York

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Arnold Keizer

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Amsterdam

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Ng Susana
Susana Ng

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Hong Kong

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Oliver Picquerey

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Paris

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Vanderreken Inge
Inge Vanderreken

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Brussels

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15 juin 2020

Allen & Overy’s Global Employment team held the fifth in a series of calls on the major developments of interest when workforce planning in light of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. 

This call focused on how the return to work is progressing, the associated risks, engagement with employee representatives and the potential for whistleblowing claims to arise. We also looked at the employment issues associated with home working and how employers can best manage them.

 

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