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As of 17th May, we have seen many of the Coronavirus restrictions lifted further with a view to eventually returning to normality. Perhaps the most notable change was the reopening of hospitality businesses, resulting in many people finally being able to return to work.
Nobody likes to think of death, particularly when you have children that you love and care for.
However, there are steps that can be taken to ensure your wishes are respected long after you’re gone.
The pandemic has thrown many employers and employees into a world of turmoil, however, as light begins to shine at the end of the tunnel as the vaccine program rolls out, we look at whether a ‘no jab, no job’ policy relating to employees receiving a vaccine is enforceable by your employer.
Everyone’s been there at some stage in their career, whether it’s sat behind a desk or out on site, everyone can feel a little run down and under the weather at work.
But what if this has been going on for a prolonged period of time? Could your job be the cause of the illness?
With staycations likely to be on the cards this year, summer personal injuries are likely to increase within the UK particularly in parks and gardens, which will be full of people looking to make the most of the summer sun. Whilst the sunny weather can be the perfect time to relax and unwind, for some, it can spell disaster.