ACAS Coronavirus Advice

Posted on: March 20, 2020

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Acas Coronavirus advice for employers and employees has been updated.
It now includes:

  • Social distancing and vulnerable people
  • Self-isolation and sick pay
  • If an employee needs time off work to look after someone
  • If someone has Coronavirus symptoms at work
  • Good practice steps for employers

View our updated Coronavirus guidance

We have also released new guidance on homeworking and supporting employees who have been asked to work remotely due to the Coronavirus pandemic:

View Acas working from home guidance

Acas Coronavirus webinars for employers 
Places are available for our free webinars for employers. These events cover:

  • steps that can help reduce the spread of the virus
  • effective ways of communicating with employees
  • self-isolating, time off, sickness certification and sick pay
  • altering working hours, shift patterns and working arrangements
  • remote working and the use of technology

Register your place for upcoming events via the links below:

Thursday 2 April 2020, 10.30am – 11.30am   >>  register your place
Tuesday 7 April 2020,  10.30am – 11.30am   >>  register your place

Further webinar dates will be available shortly. Check our webinar page for updates

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