The New Workplace

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Many employers are thinking about how to build a new workplace for the future, combining both home and office working. But new ways of working can raise a whole raft of issues and so, our experts from around the world have put their minds to 40 pressing questions, ranging from whether employers can refuse entry to the office for those unvaccinated, to how to conduct an internal investigation remotely.

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Greece
04.04.2022
3
The new legal framework for teleworking in Greece
During the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home, which was previously very unusual, became common in Greece. New legal provisions now regulate teleworking, including employers’ duties and employees’ rights.
New Zealand
29.03.2022
1
Some COVID-19 restrictions lifted in New Zealand
The New Zealand government has announced upcoming changes to the COVID-19 protection framework, including removing several statutory vaccination mandates and easing restrictions on gatherings and outdoor face mask requirements.
25.03.2022
2
End to (nearly) all COVID-19 measures in the Netherlands
Most COVID-19 restrictions have now been lifted in the Netherlands, but some rules for employers on preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace remain in place.
Canada
16.03.2022
4
Get vaxxed or get axed? An update on employer policies in Canada
Recent arbitration decisions in Canada provide employers with guidance on what to consider and best practice in creating a workplace vaccination policy.

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Sophie Maes has been a partner at Claeys & Engels since 2009. Within Ius Laboris she is the Chair of our 9 Expert Groups and also chairs the Global Mobility and Immigration Expert Group. Sam Everatt is CEO of Ius Laboris.
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