Working patterns will be disrupted. School closures, for example, mean that employees will need to balance work with childcare responsibilities.
Employers will need to support staff who are unable to work during normal business hours. At the same time, managers need to continue to monitor staff performance.
Most employees are currently working from home. Those who have been able to work remotely successfully may request to continue with flexible working arrangements after the pandemic is over.
Employers will need to consider how to respond to such requests and ensure they are complying with their legal obligations.
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