Are you anticipating further business risk with ‘Test and Trace’ legislation?

As we move through the different phases of the pandemic and lockdown restrictions are eased, UK residents are now required to comply with the new ‘Test and Trace’ legislation.

Over the past few weeks we have heard concerns from the HR community that these new measures have the potential for greater impact to their business than the virus itself.

NRG and Square One Law invite HR leaders to join us for an informative session to look at various aspects of the legislation from an employment law and resourcing perspective.

Therese Liddle, chief executive of NRG will look at the potential risks to  staffing levels and discuss how temporary and interim workers can support business during periods of uncertainty. Therese will cut through the recruitment jargon, explain the various flexible workforce models, and share how a highly engaged talent pool of temporary workers can minimise further disruption to business recovery.


Jean-Pierre van Zyl talks about Test and Trace at HR virtual networking session for manufacturing & logistics businessesJean-Pierre van Zyl, head of employment at Square One Law will cover the most significant HR management issues currently arising including how to allay fears of and deal with objections in respect of Health and Safety risks at work. JP will also discuss the effect of test and trace initiatives, amending terms and conditions of staff to allow greater flexibility and dealing with selection criteria during redundancies.


Date:   Tuesday 23rd June

Time:  11am-12pm

Place:  Zoom

We anticipate a high level of interest for this session and we recommend you register your interest ASAP to avoid disappointment via eventbrite using the button below.

NRG and Square One Law are hosting this session as part of their added value service to existing and potential clients. We are therefore unable to accommodate third party suppliers.

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