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Managing Long Covid in the Workplace

Nov

18

This online information and Q&A session will be hosted by Causeway: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange's members Beyond HR, exclusively for the Causeway network.


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As a result of the Covid pandemic it has been reported that a significant number of employees who get Coronavirus will go on to develop symptoms of long covid. Symptoms could potentially continue for some time and employers have a duty to protect their employees at work and understand the implications if they do not make adjustments or support their employees.  


This session will cover:


  • What is long covid and what are the symptoms employees may face?
  •  What should employers do to support employees experiencing long covid?
  • Is long covid a disability?
  • How are Tribunals likely to approach long covid cases?
  • What happens if you don’t make reasonable adjustments?
  • Q&A session
About the Speaker:


Natalie O’Hare – Managing Consultant, BeyondHR

With 15 years of HR experience, Natalie started her career off in the retail sector after graduating with a first-class honours degree in Business Information Management and Human Resource Management. She then worked her way up from HR advisor to Head of HR for a well-known Motor Retail Company in Scotland supporting the CEO and Senior Leadership team In their people making decisions. Now supporting clients and leading the team in Scotland to support startups, SME's and larger organisations.


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As a result of the Covid pandemic it has been reported that a significant number of employees who get Coronavirus will go on to develop symptoms of long covid. Symptoms could potentially continue for some time and employers have a duty to protect their employees at work and understand the implications if they do not make adjustments or support their employees.  

In our session we will be covering

  • What is long covid and what are the symptoms employees may face?
  • What should employers do to support employees experiencing long covid?
  • Is long covid a disability?
  • How are Tribunals likely to approach long covid cases?
  • What happens if you don’t make reasonable adjustments?
  • Q&A session

About the Speaker

Natalie O’Hare – Managing Consultant, BeyondHR

 

A person smiling for the camera  Description automatically generated with low confidenceWith 15 years of HR experience Natalie started her career off in the retail sector after graduating with a first-class honours degree in Business Information Management and Human Resource Management. She then worked her way up from HR advisor to Head of HR for a well-known Motor Retail Company in Scotland supporting the CEO and Senior Leadership team In their people making decisions. Now supporting clients and leading the team in Scotland to support startups, SME's and larger organisations.As a result of the Covid pandemic it has been reported that a significant number of employees who get Coronavirus will go on to develop symptoms of long covid. Symptoms could potentially continue for some time and employers have a duty to protect their employees at work and understand the implications if they do not make adjustments or support their employees.  

In our session we will be covering

  • What is long covid and what are the symptoms employees may face?
  • What should employers do to support employees experiencing long covid?
  • Is long covid a disability?
  • How are Tribunals likely to approach long covid cases?
  • What happens if you don’t make reasonable adjustments?
  • Q&A session

About the Speaker

Natalie O’Hare – Managing Consultant, BeyondHR

 

A person smiling for the camera

Description automatically generated with low confidenceWith 15 years of HR experience Natalie started her career off in the retail sector after graduating with a first-class honours degree in Business Information Management and Human Resource Management. She then worked her way up from HR advisor to Head of HR for a well-known Motor Retail Company in Scotland supporting the CEO and Senior Leadership team In their people making decisions. Now supporting clients and leading the team in Scotland to support startups, SME's and larger organisations.

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Thu, 18 November 2021

11:00 - 12:00

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