Covid-19: How to manage anxious returners following recent EAT ruling

Brigitte Weaver considers the lessons for employers from the first appellate-level decision on whether it was automatically unfair to dismiss an employee for refusing to work due to concerns about Covid-19 It is not enough that an employee has genuine concerns about the pandemic and the risks to their family’s health in general. The employee …
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Cases Referenced

  • Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd [2022] EAT 69