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This month we are looking at how organisations can be affected by times of uncertainty. One of the biggest challenges of our generation is Brexit but we are finally starting to get a bit of clarity around what this means for legislation, particularly around employment.
On 21 June 2017, the Queen’s Speech set out details of legislation that the government intends to carry over into, or introduce in, the 2017-19 Parliamentary session.
The things you need to know are:
This legislation will impact on organisations differently dependent on the size and make up of your workforce. Some of these changes will not come into force immediately but its important to be aware of these and the change in your obligations so you can plan ahead and not get caught out.
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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines lone workers as those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision. There is no general legal prohibition on lone working but the broad duties of health and safety legislation apply.