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  • Overview

    In this month’s Workplace Law we have a video from Nick Hobden, Head of Employment, where he explains the use of drug and alcohol tests in the workplace and how employers should handle them. We have some articles on the recent changes to Covid restrictions from 24 February, and the vaccine U-turn for the NHS and care workers, and we also explore the four-day week trial and the impact of this on businesses and employees.

    Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace

    Nick Hobden discusses the use of drug and alcohol tests in the workplace and how employers should handle them.

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    What effect will the end of Covid restrictions have on employers?

    Following the government’s recent announcement, Covid self-isolation rules in England  came to an end on Thursday 24 February. This means that if you are infected with Covid, you are legally permitted to continue as normal, although official public health advice remains that anyone who tests positive should stay at home for five days.

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    What does the NHS and support worker vaccine U-turn mean?

    The government is seeing to revoke its mandatory Covid vaccination requirements for health and care staff in England. The government has said that it is no longer proportionate to require health and care workers to be vaccinated as a part of a condition for deployment. 

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    What impact will a four-day working week have on businesses and employees?

    A four-day working week trial has been launched in the UK. There has been ongoing debate over the benefits of a four-day working week, and as the UK is seeing the end of the Covid pandemic, more businesses are seemingly taking the plunge and trialling a different work model. As modern technology has significantly sped up the way we work, the five-day week may no longer be necessary.

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