Welcome to the December edition of HR Law.


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We wish all our readers a very happy Christmas and a prosperous and productive New Year!

Please click on the links below to view the articles in December's edition of HR Law:

Future of Work

The end of any year is a time for reflection, and as we look back on 2020, it's probably safe to say it hasn't been the year anyone predicted.  The Future of Work arrived this year!  Employers, HR professionals (and employment lawyers!) have had an incredibly challenging year in all sectors whether dealing with the rapid implementation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or handling PPE shortages for frontline staff, as well as adapting to large scale working from home and hybrid working. 

Here at Trowers' Towers, we have enjoyed adapting to online events, and bringing you Trowers Tuesdays!  We hope you'll join us for a light-hearted look back at the year, in our Trowers Tuesdays quiz next week!  And for those of you who enjoy your quizzes "on paper" we also have our annual Christmas Quiz coming soon to your inboxes where this year Santa needs your advice more than ever with Elves who want to work from home and Reindeer self-isolating! There will be a bottle of fizz, for the winner!  

With a vaccine now on the horizon, despite ongoing COVID19 restrictions at the moment, perhaps we can be hopeful about 2021.  

For now, we wish all our clients, colleagues and readers a safe, happy and healthy holiday season, and we look forward to continuing supporting you prepare, develop and deliver the Future of Work in the new year. 


 

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