Guidance for businesses around hybrid working and for employees with disabilities

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ACAS have developed a series of new guidance for businesses around hybrid working and advice to help disabled people understand their rights.

 

As companies shift to a more hybrid way of working,  ACAS have produced some handy advice for employers on how to consider, discuss and introduce hybrid working.

The guidance covers:

  • Considering hybrid working for your organisation
  • Consulting and preparing to introduce hybrid working
  • Creating a hybrid working policy
  • Treating staff fairly in hybrid working
  • Supporting and managing staff in hybrid working

For more information click here

They have also launched a new advice hub to help disabled people understand their rights at work. The hub includes advice and guidance on:

  • Reasonable adjustments
  • Supporting mental health at work
  • Disability discrimination
  • Discrimination and the law
  • Improving equality, diversity and inclusion in your workplace
  • When an employer may make a decision based on disability
  • Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)

For more information click here 

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