How to prepare your company for when employees strike
Employers should familiarise themselves with the key legal issues involved and consider the practical steps they can take if industrial action is taken
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, employers may be likely to face threats of industrial action from staff seeking changes to terms of employment and working conditions.
They should, therefore, familiarise themselves with the key legal issues involved and consider the practical steps they can take in response.
Industrial action is taken by a group of employees with the aim of compelling their employer to change the terms or conditions of their employment. It...
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