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Wrigleys Employment Law Update Webinar SeriesFlexible working - Part II: Re-organisation and flexible working

Tuesday 7th July, 2020 |
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About The Webinar

Many employees have become accustomed to working from home; others will be keen to return to the workplace. What will the world of work look like now many more employees have experienced flexibility in the workplace and new ways of doing their job? In this second part to our series of webinars on flexibility and equality in the workplace we consider the legal implications of greater flexibility at work and both the benefits and challenges of questioning our pre-COVID existence and reorganising the way we operate.   

If you would like to attend more than one of the webinars in the series, please contact Wrigleys events team at events@wrigleys.co.uk and we will process your requests.

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Flexible working - Part II : Re-organisation and flexible working

Sue King, Partner & Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

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Sue King, Partner & Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

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